Rajesh Thankappan

Gold Star - 11,957 Points (Guwahati)

Rajesh Thankappan Poems

201. A Question Of Life And Death 7/19/2013
202. A Self-Defeating Victory 1/28/2015
203. Let Me From Your Sinuous Lips... 12/24/2014
204. Oh God (Crucifixion) 2/17/2014
205. The Victorious Emperor 3/18/2014
206. When No Road…. (On Bhagavadgita) 6/12/2013
207. Two Monkeys (Poems For Children) 3/2/2014
208. The Carrot And The Stick (A Poem For Kids) 2/6/2015
209. The History Will Hide… 1/31/2015
210. An Introspection 6/27/2013
211. Floating Clouds 10/10/2013
212. A Pair Of Swans 10/27/2016
213. A Happy Burial 1/30/2015
214. Chabbi Ram (A Children Poem) 1/15/2015
215. The Tornado 7/27/2014
216. A Sweet Taste 3/6/2015
217. I Raise A Toast To The Rising Sun 12/18/2014
218. Why Wait? (A Poem On Blood Donation) 1/15/2015
219. A Sojourn 1/30/2014
220. In Search Of A Home... 1/1/2015
221. Requirement (A Quatrain) 3/13/2015
222. A Mother's Cozy Nest 12/7/2014
223. A Labourer’s Tale 4/13/2014
224. War Weapons 3/12/2015
225. The Days Of The Rat 8/9/2013
226. Mona Lisa, The Enigmatic Masterpiece 12/28/2014
227. A Morning Song 1/7/2015
228. Upon The Same Road 1/21/2014
229. The Roads Once Taken 1/9/2015
230. Warm Wintry Days 1/4/2015
231. My Cricketer Uncle (A Poem For Kids) 1/22/2015
232. A Thought On Thoughts 3/13/2014
233. A Lump Of Clay (A Quatrain) 3/13/2015
234. A Punctured Dream 3/24/2014
235. I Rose… 2/21/2014
236. Life's Little Pleasures... 12/20/2014
237. We Should Learn To Laugh... 2/6/2015
238. An Inhibition 3/17/2015
239. When We Cheat Others... 12/15/2014
240. Trees 1/31/2014

Comments about Rajesh Thankappan

  • Madathil Rajendran Nair Madathil Rajendran Nair (3/22/2015 12:37:00 AM)

    An introvert poet, who frequently surfaces from his dives into himself with beautiful pearls of poetry! Blessed be. I wish him all the best.

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  • James Fox (1/22/2015 3:49:00 PM)

    the poems are beautiful

  • James Fox (1/22/2015 3:49:00 PM)

    i think the poems are beautiful

Best Poem of Rajesh Thankappan

Divine Fate

Are we no more than mere puppets
Remote controlled by the secret strings of fate?
Or are we just a passing eyewitness
Watching a puppetry show being staged?

Life seems dependent on planets and stars
That has already cast our lot,
Destiny seems to set a bar
A hurdle unbridgeable by the best of efforts.

But have we not seen people
Navigate cheerfully unhindered by fate?
Surdas and Milton wrote to create ripples
Though their worldly visions had barricaded gates.

So, if ‘fate' is our master who rules and governs
On efforts invested can't we a...

Read the full of Divine Fate

I Set A Candle

I set a candle
On the table
And waited for you to come.

The candle shed
Tears of wax
And hardened on my face numb.

I sat waxing

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