Ratnakar Rout

Rookie - 194 Points (28th August 1961 / Village-Boita, District-Balasore, State-Orissa, Country-India)

Ratnakar Rout Poems

1. Garden Queen 3/9/2009
2. Incarnations 3/9/2009
3. Expectation 3/9/2009
4. Your Stoic Silence 3/16/2009
5. Touch Of Love 3/16/2009
6. My Unassuming Look 3/16/2009
7. Memoir 3/16/2009
8. Living 3/16/2009
9. Recognition 3/17/2009
10. Chameleon 3/17/2009
11. Stranger 3/17/2009
12. Are You Still There 3/17/2009
13. Next Time 3/17/2009
14. Memorials 3/17/2009
15. Pronouncement 3/18/2009
16. At The Dawn Today 3/18/2009
17. Realisation 3/18/2009
18. Expression 3/18/2009
19. Healer 3/18/2009
20. Remains 3/18/2009
21. Touch 3/18/2009
22. Appeal 3/19/2009
23. Still A Child 3/19/2009
24. Unknown 3/19/2009
25. Passenger 3/20/2009
26. Saviour 3/20/2009
27. Search 3/20/2009
28. Merry Go Round 3/7/2009
29. Transformation 3/21/2009
30. Preferred Silence 3/26/2009
31. The Game Is Over 3/30/2009
32. Mystery 4/4/2009
33. Appreciation 4/7/2009
34. Contentment 4/7/2009
35. Quest 4/7/2009
36. Please Do Me A Favor 4/8/2009
37. Unification 4/9/2009
38. Streams Of The Night 4/13/2009
39. Life Moves On 4/17/2009
40. Pleasant Ride 4/20/2009
Best Poem of Ratnakar Rout

Enchanted Woman

The septuagenarian woman was seen from the den
Peeping outside through the dilapidated fence
It could not escape the eye of the curious journalist
Who immediately proceeded to the shelter of the old lady?
While interacting with her the journalist marked
The absolute contentment with her as she was found
Cheerful during the entire period of the meeting
Her voice was clear and firm
She did not flutter at any point of time at all
And replied all the questions asked to her promptly
The journalist became surprised
Seeing the lady jovial was amidst abject ...

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Expectation

I know not who has said
Proximity creates love
There physical attraction predominates
The distant mountain is beautiful always
So as the relations from a distance
When no expectation exists
The relationship becomes perpetual
Then the touch of one
Touches the heart of some one

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