rajagopal haran

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  • Chelsea Meigs (4/7/2008 7:40:00 PM)

    hey, i REALLY enjoyed reading this poem here of yours... i love the perspective...

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  • Arka Chattopadhyay (11/21/2007 6:52:00 AM)

    Emotional integrity at its best. 'A SPONTANEOUS OVERFLOW OF POWERFUL FEELINGS'...

  • Janua Catt Alonzo (11/21/2007 2:16:00 AM)

    thanks for reading some of my work.. ;) ..i just loved reading your poems too especially the bird in the mid sea...a very splendid master of art...have a blessed day ahead... ;)

    xoxo
    jan catty

  • Peter Jones (11/20/2007 10:05:00 AM)

    I have enjoyed reading your poetry. You have a love of creative English. When I first started to write, so many years ago, I was lucky enough to be given very good advice. It isn't enough just to have inspiration: you need to work hard at learning the actual craft of writing poetry.. to introduce your own 'music' to it.So I studied the forms and structures of different poets, so that I could 'paint my pictures' better. I think that, at present, you are putting down your thoughts like shopping lists. You obviously have so much more to give if you work hard at tying your lines together in a creative way. I predict that you will discover deeper satisfaction for yourself.. and to others... if only you will let yourself be more free.

    Very best wishes Peter

Best Poem of rajagopal haran

128.Kumaragurupara Swamigal’s Sakalakalavalli Maalai-Introduction

Preface
Necessity for this Translation Work:
One of my friends wanted the meaning of the above great work; after 6 months I got the original songs; complete meaning was still evading
The beauty is that I am in Mumbai India and my friend is in a foreign land; both of us have many relatives in India
At last husband of my sister’s wife got me the meaning on 22 8 09
My mother (she is no more) used to say that nothing is easy on this earth
Introduction:
Aurangazeb was a great destroyer of Hindu Temples and killed thousands of Hindus everyday as a matter of ...

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Routine

When I got up in the morning
With the feeling of boredom and fatigue
Nerves stubborn and pressing the button
For more sleep and rest.

Turned to the clock with blurred eyes
Opened the window to see the rest
Lots of sounds all confusing
Tried to make the glossary of things.

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