Raghavan Warrier Poems
|1.||Patched Up Guy||12/23/2007|
|2.||Worship Of Goddess In Procession Through Town||12/19/2006|
|4.||Only Tree In A Lonely Desert||11/25/2006|
|7.||Curses In Old Age||12/10/2006|
|9.||Run Fast My Son, Before It's Too Late||1/5/2008|
|11.||Along The Ganges||11/22/2006|
|14.||When You Read My Poem||12/18/2006|
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Meandering inside the confines of my solitude
I asked the forest, which tree is your boundary?
The trees shrugged and told me;
We are real, but the forest is in your dreams.
Crushing under the garland of a life threaded on desires
I asked the toddler how you play with angels and chat with stars?
Little one cooed, the weight of your dead knowledge makes you heavy
I play in my ignorant bliss in the palm of God.
With my head splitting in the confused balance sheet of life
I asked the seagull what makes you fly free of worries?
The bird replied, I...