RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL

Veteran Poet - 1,108 Points (7TH OCTOBER 1951 / Trissur, Kerala State, India.)

RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL Poems

521. Hospital 12/19/2007
522. Heart Song. 2/6/2008
523. Crying..... 1/6/2008
524. Best Loosers. 1/6/2008
525. Rainbow. 12/31/2007
526. Nothing Like The Truth. 12/30/2007
527. Fisher Woman 12/15/2007
528. America.... Thou Doth Shine 11/4/2007
529. Menstrual........ 11/2/2007
530. Loving Sufferring! ! 11/23/2007
531. Abdul Kalam - Ex President 11/1/2007
532. Aboriginie 10/14/2007
533. Madam Marie Curie 10/9/2007
534. White Man 10/8/2007
535. I Like You, But Dont Dare To Love... 3/4/2008
536. You Weren'T The Same....... 6/5/2008
537. F O L K D A N C E 12/23/2007
538. Pet Dogs (Couplet) 4/3/2008
539. Asoka, The Great Emperor. 10/8/2007
540. Pakistan's Pains. 9/30/2007
541. School Boys' Secret Talks. 11/29/2007
542. Onam - Festival Of Kerala 12/16/2007
543. Make Love With A Dog...Canine Love.... 11/18/2007
544. Waiting.... 10/1/2007
545. Air, Oh! Air! ! 10/23/2007
546. Agony..... 2/9/2008
547. All Is Fair In Love And Love 10/23/2007
548. Kindness (Couplet) 6/5/2008
549. Neem Tree 12/14/2007
550. Tears Of Allah 11/7/2007
551. Food, Oh Food! 9/16/2007
552. Single Mother 10/16/2007
553. Marriages Are Made In Heaven 11/26/2007
554. A Soldier's Wife. 11/29/2007
555. Tipu Sultan -Tiger Of Mysore. 10/13/2007

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Tipu Sultan -Tiger Of Mysore.

He was like a tiger tearing
Apart his enemies and
the Arrays of British, defeated
Many a king who took sides
Of them, speading his kingdom
And sending shivers up the spines
Of the Britsh who used all
Tricks in their dictionary
To make hom surrender.

He used missiles for
The first time in history
Of mankind and scared the
Wits out of his enemies,
But was defeated and killed
By the sheer treachery
Of his own men who made
Secret pacts with the british
And abstained from war,
Some even fighting against him.

His glory can never...

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Mother...

She fed me from day one,
With the milk of her love,
Like the nectar from heavens,
And I hung on to her breast,
for an year and a half
What all had she done for me,
Married a second time,
When the first one left,
Surrendering her chastity,

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