Without a grain of animosity,
Man and woman cannot remain together
Having no amatory intend.
Adultery in mind is not eschewable.... more »
A sinking ship is forsaken.
Even its owner will abandon.
A dying man is a sinking ship.... more »
A dying man might harbour a wish.
Physically weak, he couldn’t carry it out.
His kin pacify him by assurance
Short of really acting upon his fancies.... more »
Identity brings about unity.
Unity paves way for affinity.
Affinity cements integrity.
Integrity ensures survival.... more »
A woman loves being loved by men
Without letting herself love them.
She would encourage men’s love for her
Irrespective of her liking for them.... more »
To tell lies or make lewd comments
Or break promises I’m not at ease,
Which is due more to inhibitions
Than to any moral restraints.... more »
A woman’s love of being loved
Gets the better of her conscience
And encourages the man in love
To love her more and more with nerve... more »
A room is lit at night with
A bulb of a thousand watts,
A bulb of a hundred watts,
A zero watts and a candle.... more »
Lust is grass, rooted in blood.
Trim it and mow it to a lawn.
Grow it for a fodder or
Let it die on its own soon.... more »
Pity generates love.
The sick one will get it.
The poor one will get it.
To prolong getting love... more »
I know my date of birth
And those of my children.
I don’t remember
My parents’ or wife’s,... more »
Authenticity is not Art.
Reality as such is not Art.
Art should highlight something
From the remaining in shape.... more »
He is not my man
Who is intimidated
By my wit and intelligence
By my success and fame... more »
And chastity preserved
Women’s lust starves.... more »
Entrance by loyalty
Will breed dishonesty.
Entrance by bribery
Will breed inefficiency.... more »
What you are made of and where you belong
Will form your identities for others
To aggregate or segregate you and
To recognize or discriminate as well..... more »
You must flaunt what you have got.
You must use what you have learnt.
Otherwise they are of no use.
Mind they must be worth receiving.... more »
She’s my wife and they, my kids, people say.
Their growth and decay is mine, they judge.
I’m her spouse and kids’ father to the mass.
My growth and decay has bearing on them.... more »
A wicked man doesn’t know he’s wicked
But knows that he is kind when he is kind.
A greedy man doesn’t know he is greedy
But knows that he is content when he is.... more »
To convert my rapport to love,
I got her a job in a school,
The head of which is my known guy.
I was on wait for the blossom.... more »
Married for four decades, my wife and I
Live without corporal intimacy,
Both spending our time with respective sex
And yet companionship binds us.... more »
M.K. Gandhi, Father of Nation
Is hailed in India and abroad alike.
His great grandchildren live in oblivion.
Are we grateful to him it true sense? .... more »
Civilizations brought in chastity;
Chastity gave birth to prostitution.
Man was sexually emancipated.
The yoke of chastity paid its price.... more »
The Government subverting judiciary,
The judiciary yielding to bribery,
Faith and trust are lost in democracy.
No prosperity can bring about peace.... more »
No man could molest a woman
By day or night, indoor or outdoor,
Unless she is a party to it.
Men are given the cross to bear.... more »
One’s cleavage visible tempts men.
One’s legs exposed tempt men
One’s naval bare can tempt men.
But the bare, shapely arms excel them.... more »
She was in death bed with a heavy heart
Not that she would leave the worldly means
But that she could not be there to take care
Of his son, who is fifty and yet naïve.... more »
Food that is raw,
Bed that is straws,
Song that is coarse
And the woman dull,... more »
A coach is not a match to his players.
A teacher cannot match his students;
Memory matters.... more »
Woman’s wish is love be with secrecy.
Man’s wish is it be in high frequency.
His impatience should not embarrass her,
Which it would infallibly be, sure,... more »
She chose to marry me; it’s my credit.
Other contenders failed; it’s my merit.
She attracts men around; it’s my profit.
Will she be susceptible? I’m insecure.... more »
Who said that no one will want to die?
Fearing from shame, apprehending torture,
Suffering from contempt or acute pain,
People, young and old, are ending their lives.... more »
My predilection for her was total.
A friend of mine came in as a rival.
As a shock came their wedding announcement.
Could it be possible that my averment... more »
Solely optimists or solely pessimists
Are absent. An optimist in winter
And a pessimist in autumn one turns.
Optimists are youths and pessimist, the old.... more »
The decadence of the nobility
Plagues the society, unobserved, more than
The immorality of the mass does.
Yet the nobility emerges unsoiled.... more »
Skin, race, religion, tongue, region and clothes
One bears act as one’s prejudices.
Accordingly one is aggregated
Or segregated. One is helpless.... more »
You have entered the world alone;
You will, without aid, exit alone.
Each one does for him to exist.
Only after that will he assist you.... more »
In front of my wife, who is faithful
And in front of kids, who long for me,
I have no scope for other women
And have no guts for illicit bonds.... more »
I must be the centre of attention
And reaffirm my desirability.
I must feel validated as a woman
And re-experience the romance of love.
Let be burnt the ennui of monogamy.
Let come again the sexual excitement
That I went through at my first night.
Need not the man in focus be a prince,
An emperor nor a millionaire.
Let him be the one I want to be with,
In accordance with my safety,
Proximity and convenience.
Just for a ‘love you leave you alliance.’
Yes, I must waste no time to test my worth
And remain faithful with my husband.
The only woman among twelve Alwars,
Vaishnavite saints of South India, Andal
Had lived in the 8th (9th)century AD.
Andal, also Kodai, was found as a baby
By Perialwar, under the shrub of basil.
The brahmin priest had her as his daughter.
She would deck herself with the garlands made
By him for the Vishnu Idol, to his frown.1