Rajesh G Pandharpurkar
Rajesh G Pandharpurkar Poems
|1.||A Day In Life||8/21/2007|
|5.||Close To Paradise||2/6/2008|
|8.||An Ode To A Friend [for Sini Menon**]||2/6/2008|
|10.||A Dying Flower||2/6/2008|
Comments about Rajesh G Pandharpurkar
Joey was his name,
Sheer innocence was his fame.
Courageous was he to his parents,
Face his enemy, he daren’t!
He had on his face, a pimple.
He was nothing, just, but simple.
He could not even groom his hair,
To look good enough to go to the fair!
He’d spend all his money,
Only to get a dropp of honey!
He hadn’t even a match-stick to ignite,
To make a hot cup of tea.
But he had enough guests to invite
To a hot, hot party.
He used to think, to build a bridge on the sea,
By throwing fistfuls of sand in the sea.