Reshma Ramesh

Rookie - 56 Points (20th April / Bangalore, India)

Reshma Ramesh Poems

1. Name Of Your Destiny 10/27/2008
2. Don'T Think Thrice 12/12/2008
3. Narcissist 12/17/2008
4. Love Fever 12/31/2008
5. Break Me 1/23/2009
6. In These Pages 2/4/2009
7. No Answers 2/12/2009
8. Trying To Get To There 2/25/2009
9. Small Hands Of Sivakasi 11/29/2017
10. Two Little Wheels And Two Little Feet 8/26/2008
11. Love Dont Come With Instructions 8/26/2008
12. Won'T Say The Word 8/20/2008
13. My Plane 10/1/2008
14. Between Our Hushes 10/28/2008
15. Kiss 12/12/2008
16. Never Mind 11/13/2008
17. Who Do You Think Should Win? 11/15/2008
18. The Mountains Have A Memory 12/15/2011
19. Just Like A Man* 2/25/2009
20. Little Soldiers 3/3/2009
21. Just Think 3/5/2009
22. As I Bind You 12/31/2008
23. Valentines Day Poem-Remains The Same 2/7/2009
24. Change 11/23/2008
25. War 11/30/2008
26. Balcony 10/20/2008
27. Never Meant To Be 9/4/2008
28. Don'T Be Angry 2/25/2009
29. Love's Bouquet 3/20/2009
30. Without Her 3/21/2009
31. No Hope At All 4/13/2009
32. Can'T Escape The Cooking 6/5/2009
33. Letters To The Unknown*(Part 2) 6/30/2009
34. Love* 2/20/2009
35. If I Don'T 9/4/2008
36. Love Me Till Eternity 10/21/2008
37. What Is In A Name 10/21/2008
38. Life So Precious 10/6/2008
39. Lioness On Prey 10/11/2008
40. Lonely Day 9/25/2008

Comments about Reshma Ramesh

  • Vidyadhar Durgekar Vidyadhar Durgekar (4/30/2010 2:07:00 AM)

    A talented poet with a rare courage and imagination with passion, concern and mastery in art.The book is splendid.I wish many more will come in the near future.

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  • Mario Rios Pinot (5/7/2009 6:26:00 PM)

    Reshma, you have 180 poems? ? ? ! ! ! So far so good. Keep up the good writing...take a walk.

  • Palas Kumar Ray Palas Kumar Ray (1/7/2009 10:24:00 PM)

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    The beauty of your poetry is surely your deep very deep social concern and commitment.I wish your words cross the barriers of Time to become Timeless.
    Surely I'm hopeless about a better tomorrow for my childrens' childrens.May be your poem become a solace and give them a chance to return to the Basics.

    My Best wishes for you shall always be there.
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  • Nia Riz (11/4/2008 1:18:00 PM)

    a very promising writer and your works surely shows it!

    i love your poem 'daddy's darling'....it touched me a lot adn one day i will too write great poems like you.

    writemore and prove iot to the world that the talent of writing doesnt come easily....write about things you have never written about...explore the unexplored....go deep into others hearts and find out the hidden truths....learn from all the mistakes and write to the worlds end....for the glory.....write and write and show what pleasure writing gives! ...that is my dream...and i hope you fulfil it too...

  • p.a. noushad p.a. noushad (10/31/2008 7:57:00 AM)

    your poems are true to the spirit of the age

  • Paul Barnacle (9/20/2008 9:01:00 AM)

    Beautiful and brutal, crafted in bleak reality, an uncomfortable joy to have read.

    Paul B

  • Gopal Hariharan (9/12/2008 7:26:00 AM)

    Reshma, I absolutely love every poem of yours - the shaes of life are colourful as well as dark when necessary! Keep up the good work.

Best Poem of Reshma Ramesh

*as Beautiful As Me''

You cant resist my golden curves,
my haughty angelic reserve,
I am the colors in a painter's palette,
the irresistible Charlotte.

My eyes look like the sun in twilight,
fields of carnations smothered in sunlight.
I am as warm as sand, cool as dewdrops,
skin like the desert sand, making your breath stop.

I am sorry, you cant take your eyes off me,
Lilly of the valley, coral drops, potpourri
I am as true as a prayer, beautiful as a painting,
pure as mother's milk, ethereal beckoning.

It ain't my fault you fell in love,
...

Read the full of *as Beautiful As Me''

Small Hands Of Sivakasi

They say that even birds that do not fly have wings
And Jasmines open like umbrellas in the rain
In such a world in all its fairness tiny hands of sivakasi
shining in silver like jari on Amma's pattu sari
rolling, rubbing, dipping aluminum onto paper
Sulphur filled nostrils, mercury parched scalp
Are building a legacy of blushing cheeks and gun powder
Rotting like a bad fruit in dark windowless factories
The small hands of Sivakasi are busy at work

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