Sunil Uniyal

(14 January 1953 - / Lucknow / India)

Sunil Uniyal Poems

41. Lift The Veil (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 3/11/2011
42. Night Rain 3/12/2011
43. Blazing Sky - A Haiku 6/18/2011
44. Haiku (A Tribute To Betty Kaplan) 10/8/2011
45. Red Fort Delhi - A Haiku 5/26/2008
46. Monsoon - Haiku 6/28/2008
47. Remember God (A Bhajan By Nanak In Translation) 11/21/2010
48. The Brahmaputra-Guwahati 7/20/2008
49. Trapped In Needle's Eye (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 8/2/2008
50. Nothing Abides (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 8/5/2008
51. This Body Is A Lyre (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 8/5/2008
52. Radha's Dance (A Hindi-Avadhi Poem) 2/21/2009
53. I Rejoice In Renunciation (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 7/12/2008
54. The Target's Behind The Sky (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 3/7/2008
55. Two Night Haiku 12/24/2007
56. Paths Not Taken - A Haiku 10/17/2007
57. Om Shiva Om - A Prayer To Lord Shiva 3/6/2008
58. Having Crossed The River (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 8/31/2008
59. Pahaar (Mountains) - A Hindi Haiku 4/27/2008
60. O Swan Go Back (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 2/4/2008
61. Rainbow - Haiku 6/22/2008
62. The Fish Is Thirsty (A Bhajan Of Kabir) 10/2/2008
63. The Fear 11/15/2007
64. White Storks - A Haiku 4/10/2010
65. Jharnaa (Waterfall) - A Hindi Haiku 6/28/2008
66. A Ghazal - Traveller O! 7/12/2008
67. A Prayer To Kamakhya Devi 10/3/2008
68. A Hindi Ghazal - 2 11/22/2008
69. Autumn Haiku 4/10/2008
70. Another Winter Haiku 1/5/2008
71. A Ghazal Of Amir Kazalbash (Translation) 8/12/2008
72. A Flickering Candle - A Haiku 8/6/2008
73. A Krishna Bhajan By Surdas (Translation) 8/14/2009
74. A Ghazal - He And We 12/27/2007
75. A Bollywood Song In Transcreation 8/25/2010
76. Anna Hazare 4/11/2011
77. April Fool - A Haiku 4/1/2009
78. A Song For Lord Hanumaan - Hindi Avadhi 4/8/2009
79. Anna (A Poem In Hindi With Translation) 8/20/2011
80. A Hindi Ghazal - 1 11/22/2008

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Best Poem of Sunil Uniyal

A Song For The Defeated

A win, a clap, a cheer, a pat -
We ne'er had that, we ne'er had that.

We went to woods for butterflies,
came back with dust in our eyes
and in our bag a lousy bat.
We ne'er had that, we ne'er had that.

We were like sailors o'er the seas,
against the storms, against the breeze,
we went to rocks, our ships fell flat.
We ne'er had that, we ne'er had that.

Not that we did not persevere,
nor that our bid was insincere,
ill-luck crossed us like a cat.
We ne'er had that, we ne'er had that.

Scorn us not, O Miss Fortune!
what if our cry...

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Two Night Haiku

at night the full moon
bending down to the Buddha
in my drawing room

... ...

those honeymoon nights~
untying umpteen knots
of love

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