Rajendran Muthiah

Gold Star - 14,590 Points (16.03.1950)

Rajendran Muthiah Poems

281. An Idyllic Haven 1/26/2013
282. A Musty Place 1/26/2013
283. Guide Line Value Raised From K.G To Ph.D 1/26/2013
284. No Fear To Law 1/27/2013
285. Smoke-Free Love 1/27/2013
286. Criminals In Human Shapes 1/27/2013
287. Extremists In Communal Outfits 1/27/2013
288. A Memorable Night 1/28/2013
289. Don'T Listen To The Pleas Of Your Teachers 11/30/2012
290. The Circumstances Smother! 12/4/2012
291. The Ganglion Cells In Eyes 12/12/2012
292. Eaters Of Meat In Chennai City 12/14/2012
293. The Old Guards For Girls 12/14/2012
294. Rape Country 12/23/2012
295. The Dirty Indians! 12/24/2012
296. New Year Dawns! Wake Up. 12/25/2012
297. Make The People Homeless 12/27/2012
298. Flights To The Fanciful Empire 1/14/2013
299. The Torture Of Unknown Tax-Laws 1/14/2013
300. Repetition Of A Crime Too Wreaks Havoc 2/6/2013
301. The Modern 'Khan Of Khans' 2/27/2013
302. Don'T Die A Borrower 3/2/2013
303. Will Destiny Bring A Break Of Dawn? 3/3/2013
304. Arise The Students In Tamil Nadu(India) ! 3/14/2013
305. The Bellicose Monkeys 3/31/2013
306. The Towns Are Changing Fast 4/4/2013
307. The Bird-Flu From China 4/25/2013
308. Fear To Laws Of Our Country 4/25/2013
309. Dating In Summer 4/25/2013
310. Rape Is The Remnant Of Turcoman Virtues 4/26/2013
311. Can A Destitute Nation Repulse The Foe? 4/30/2013
312. The Sword Of Persia, Nader Shah 4/30/2013
313. Earn While You Learn 5/3/2013
314. The Conspiring Buddhist-Chineese 5/3/2013
315. Music Conquers Their Hearts 5/9/2013
316. Sanaullah Lives For Ever In Jammu's Jail 5/10/2013
317. The Changing Writing Material 2/7/2013
318. Be Hurry To Bury The Obsolete Religions 2/11/2013
319. Our Laws Doze In Booze 2/16/2013
320. The Outbursts Of A Forlorn Father 5/16/2013

Comments about Rajendran Muthiah

  • Dr Dillip K Swain (11/13/2017 3:38:00 AM)

    Rajendran Muthiah is a highly talented modern Indian poet in English. I have read many of his poems published in PH. He writes on different facets of life and burning social issues in clear, concise and lucid manner. Each of his poems carries a message to the society. His significant contribution to the field of literature is noteworthy and commendable!

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  • Wahab Abdul Wahab Abdul (3/18/2012 6:55:00 AM)

    THIS poet is highly educated and tremendously experienced which reflects in his poems, he is a gifted man and knows how to craft his work, his poems deals with everything from social concern to abstract ideas, he is very co-operative and helpful too, i wish him a grand success in the field of poetry.

  • Jessie Jett (3/1/2012 12:25:00 AM)

    You have a lot of good poems. I agree with others, on your opinionated responses'. Good reading =)

  • Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi (2/18/2012 11:15:00 PM)

    Mr. Rajendran Muthiah was the first poet, who commented about me at first. Thank you sir. After going through his poems, I have understood that he has great interest on problems of the societies and the nation..

  • Ramesh Rai Ramesh Rai (1/16/2012 2:42:00 AM)

    Sir, I feel very younger to comment on your poem. But I like your poems too much.I like to request you to kindly go through my poems. with regards.
    ramesh rai, rkrai100@gmail.com

Best Poem of Rajendran Muthiah

A Corrupt Politician Committed Suicide

When the corrupt politician
was shut behind the bars,
he roared in anger in a language
couched in figures and metaphors:
" From the cremains of my body,
one thousand of me will be erupting
to serve the cause of the people".

When this one robber single-handedly
looted the coffers of the State
and got graft for the jobs given to the poor,
the people reel in poverty
and the youths die untimely.
"How could this nation face
one thousand of his incarnates? "
This question made one of his followers
sleepless, and in a ...

Read the full of A Corrupt Politician Committed Suicide

Lessons Of Life

If you have to win your maiden love

you won’t then face bitter things.
The caste feuds and communal tiff
make your being whole.

Thousands of men we meet.
Each one has his own tale.
Every tale has ups and downs

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