RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL

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

RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL Poems

121. Sweet Home. 1/25/2008
122. Vengance. 1/28/2008
123. As It Comes 2/6/2008
124. A Visit To Heavens. 2/6/2008
125. Silence 2/6/2008
126. I Would Be Rather Dead. 2/6/2008
127. Devotion 2/6/2008
128. Where Did My Life Go? 2/7/2008
129. Stressed....... 2/7/2008
130. Broad 2/7/2008
131. Sound Of Love I I 2/7/2008
132. Love Wanted 2/8/2008
133. Jasmine...... 2/8/2008
134. Let Me Dream...... 2/8/2008
135. Angel Of Love 2/8/2008
136. Morning 2/8/2008
137. Blind Love. 2/9/2008
138. Dead People's Tree. 1/7/2008
139. Anger Futile. 1/9/2008
140. Whereabouts 2/10/2008
141. S U I C I D E...... 2/10/2008
142. Two Minutes To Midnoon 2/10/2008
143. Balls And Circles. (Couplet) 2/18/2008
144. Free Bees.(Couplet) 2/18/2008
145. Lovely Love. (Couplet) 2/18/2008
146. Lust (Couplet) 2/18/2008
147. Female.(Couplet) 2/18/2008
148. Fool's Paradise. 2/18/2008
149. Open Sesame (Couplet) 2/19/2008
150. Wonder (Couplet) 2/19/2008
151. When I See You..... 2/19/2008
152. Faithless..... 2/19/2008
153. Chinese (Couplet) 2/20/2008
154. Treasure (Coulet) 2/20/2008
155. Greatness (Cpuplet) 2/20/2008
156. Loony (Couplet) 2/20/2008
157. Knowlege (Edge) 2/20/2008
158. Fabcric Of Love 2/13/2008
159. H A R D S H I P....... 2/13/2008
160. Soldiers Of No Cause. 2/13/2008

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Best Poem of RAVIKIRAN ARAKKAL

A Soldier's Wife.

She was married to a soldier,
Who left for the camp,
A month after holidays,
Word coming of war in siachen
In kashimr, soon arrived
The news of demise
Of her dear husband,
By a captian of the army,
Annoucing a compensation
Of half a million bucks,
Which was claimed
By his parents and in laws,
She was made a destitute,
Sent to her own parents,
Crying the sorrows
Of the dear departed,
Growing his child
In her bowels, despising
Her cruel fate, actually
Suffering the sacrice for the nation,
Even more than the dead soldier.

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Mango Tree

Under the huge mango tree,
Some thrty feet in hight,
In my house of chilood time,
I threw stones at the mangoes,
And she felled one promptly,
Into my gaping mouth.
I had ahell of time taking it out,
Since it was tightely embeded,
Which I felt her anger at

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