Ranjit Ravindran

Rookie (12-12-1982 / Visakhapatnam)

Ranjit Ravindran Poems

1. Squeaky Armour 12/26/2009
2. Curator Of Art 3/17/2010
3. A Dreamy Puzzle 8/10/2010
4. A Luncheon For The Dead 9/26/2010
5. Celebrating Foolishness 4/1/2011
6. What's In A Pseudonym? 12/12/2009
7. Back To Oblivion 12/17/2009
8. Sundae? - Maybe Another Day 4/11/2011
9. Is It Day Or Night? 4/17/2011
10. Abandoned Windmill 9/30/2009
11. Moments Uncaptured 10/10/2009
12. Unsettled War 10/18/2009
13. Carpet Of Light 11/3/2009
14. A Facebook Facet 11/16/2009
15. Unpleasant Light 11/3/2009
16. A Google Gossip 12/10/2009
17. Feel The Difference 8/20/2011
18. Tears In Vain 10/19/2011
19. Ode To My Mother 5/23/2012
20. A Reassuring Silhoutte 10/19/2011
21. Confined To My Cage 7/1/2011
22. On Sands Of Time 4/1/2011
23. New Year Wishes, In Advance 12/26/2009
24. “i Am At The Hospital, Call You Later” 9/27/2009

Comments about Ranjit Ravindran

  • Madhu Vad (10/10/2009 3:05:00 AM)

    it is really intersting and its like a experts poem

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Best Poem of Ranjit Ravindran

“i Am At The Hospital, Call You Later”

I wanted to have a medical check-up,
To ascertain how healthy I was;
The next day when the sun was up,
I went to the hospital to find out my flaws.

My mobile phone blinked to my dad’s call,
In a restricted zone forbidden to answer;
To convey this I sent a message small,
“I am at the hospital, call you later.”

A call followed to my friend waiting outside,
From my alarmed father shaken to the core;
To enquire whether he was at my bedside,
Concluding that I was hospitalized for sure!

The word ‘hospital’ was the spoilsport,
That pressed...

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Back To Oblivion

A sweet lady, tough and fearless,
Narrating stories that carries great lesson;
Always keeping track of my happiness,
My grandmother is indeed a grand old woman.

Rising seven children with brilliance,
Herding twelve grandchildren like a Goddess;
Rejoicing at our collective achievements,
She led a life commanding happiness.

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