Sathya Narayana

Gold Star - 6,002 Points (12-06-1958 / Nellore, Andhra Pradesh)

Biography of Sathya Narayana

Sathya Narayana poet

Full Name: MYDAVOLU VENKATA SESHA SATHYANARAYANA (pen name: mahathi)
Date of Birth: 12.06.1958
Address 1.: FLAT NO.307-B, PAVANI HOMES, TEKKEMITTA,
NELLORE -524 003, ANDHRA PRADESH
Phone: 9866720104. Email: mydavolu@gmail.com
Address2: Flat no.2 B, Kamala Residency, Plot no.275/A & 280/A, Adda Gutta, Bhagyanagar,
Kukatpalli, HYDERABAD 500 072
Phone: 970002243
Professional Experience and Qualifications:
The author holds a bachelors Degree in Sciences and Masters Degree in Law. Worked as Superintendent of Salt in Salt Department, Government of India and retired on 16.5.2014. So far 6 poetry books were published.
Other Published Works
1. Golden Lotus (a poetry anthology) - self published; 2009
2. Plastic faces (a poetry anthology) - MONFAKIRA, CALCUTTA,56 pages, no ISBN, ; paper back; 2009
3. WHEELS (a poetry anthology) - cyberwit.net, Allahabad. ISBN: 978-8182531857, Price: Rs.150/=; soft cover; 2012
4. Just human (a poetry anthology) - Sanbun publication, New Delhi; ISBN 978-93-82393-15-3; Price: Rs.75/=; soft cover; 2013
5. I chant, chant and chant (a poetry anthology) - Global fraternity of poets, Noida. SBN: 978-93-83755-02-8 (PB) Price Rs.200/=; soft bound; 2014
6. FINDING THE MOTHER (SRI SUNDARA KANDA IN ENGLISH VERSE) - AUTHORS PRESS, NEW DELHI. ISBN 978-81-7273-818-1: Price: Rs.995/= hard bound.; 2014 December
His poetry is known for its great imagery, clear diction, solemn expression and scintillating narration, often laced with fun, pun and satire. Mahathi being a strong protagonist of classical poetic forms of Elizabethan era, naturally his verses have the sublimity of classical accent and flow with lyrical grace. A few of his book reviews, forewords to books of other authors and a couple of articles in prose were also published.

Sathya Narayana's Works:

GOLDEN LOTUS, PLASTIC FACES AND OTHER POEMS, WHEELS, JUST HUMAN, I CHANT, JUST HUMAN, CHANT AND CHANT, FINDING THE MOTHER

Ultimate Beauty

When she swayed in sashay
Swans shied in dismay
At a beam of her splendid smile
The full moon waned in shame
When she walked in woods
Greens paled in acquiescence
Bloomers withered in whispering obeisance
Who else can she be?
But the ultimate beauty!

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