Swamidhason Francis

Rookie - 301 Points [Swami D.Francis] (16 February,1956 / Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India)

Swamidhason Francis Poems

1. Walking To Her Eternal Home 5/2/2015
2. The Dirty Shoe Mender 5/3/2015
3. Reporting From The Gate Of Hell 5/4/2015
4. Dreams And Reality 5/4/2015
5. The Amputated Leg 5/7/2015
6. Learning 5/7/2015
7. Migrants From Africa 5/7/2015
8. Crying Rooms 5/8/2015
9. Mother's Love 5/9/2015
10. Mother's Devotion 5/10/2015
11. The Swallows 5/13/2015
12. The Lone Survivor 5/14/2015
13. Warriors And Lovers 5/26/2015
14. My Father Is A Veteran 5/26/2015
15. The Blind Image 5/29/2015
16. The Peak Is Really Lonely 5/29/2015
17. Ode To Ustad, The Celebrity Tiger 5/29/2015
18. Grandma's Beard 6/2/2015
19. Her Looks 6/3/2015
20. My Lost Legacy 6/10/2015
21. I Looked Without Eyes 6/11/2015
22. Visions Beyond The Horizon 6/12/2015
23. My Mom Is No More 6/12/2015
24. Monkeys In Moon 6/13/2015
25. Selfie With Spring Flowers! 5/1/2015
26. A Head On The Highway 6/12/2015
27. The Squandered Life 5/1/2015

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The Squandered Life

An angel came out of a split atom as the trumpet sounded
A grand throne came down from Heaven for him to be mounted;
Air was sucked out of me; my senses lost contact with me
My eyes closed and like lightening, light was taken off me;
Breath left my lungs and flew like a wingless bird
Wreaths were placed by my kith and kin without any word;
I felt it queer and they began to swear affirming faith in God,
Leaving my mortal remains within the coffined grave like sod;
An eternal chill engulfed me; it was cold; it was dark;
I saw them mourning first but forgetting ...

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Dreams And Reality

I met her in the Book-Fair, three days the fair lasted
And she was spotted on all days, browsing and buying my books
Eyeing me without talking; I could read her mind in her looks
As the tip of her lip touched my book cover image. The posted

Message on the wall of my heart conveyed her dreams and fixed
Them across my mind. So, I took the first step and blasted her diffidence
With a gentle smile, getting a charming smile with a girlish confidence.
That’s it; with ignited throbs we spent d

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