Biography of Tirupathi Chandrupatla
I thank my fellow poets for the many comments I received. The encouragement prompted me to increase the quantity and improve the quality of my poems over the past three years.
The collection of poems resulted in the following books now available from Amazon.com
Love and Life Entwined
Sowing the Seeds of Inspiration
Uncover the Power of Motivation
Harmonious Existence with Nature
Our Friends in the Woods
Time to Reminisce Time to Rise
Garland for the Almighty (Devotional Poems)
Introspection (Manogatham) Telugu Poems
Ways of the World (Lokam Tiru) 2Q Poems
I express my deep gratitude and appreciation to PoemHunter.com for providing me the platform to let out my poetry.
Tirupathi Chandrupatla Poems
Time Knows Time
Time flows Like the perennial river Time rides the crest Of a wave in the sea
There're things I don't understand Birth, death and All the suffering.
Charms Of Love
Love is tender Love is soft Love is cool Love is calm.
Sweet'Re The Dreams
As a boy I always dreamed How wonderful It would be
The best poem of a poet Is the last one he says Poems written before seem To be forgotten entities
Distant hills look Smoother to the eye It's all because of Perspective effect.
Show Me The Path
I ran as fast as I could To reach You And You're hiding from me Impossible to be found.
Keeping Pace With Time
Measures of time need Man's periodic intervention. When sand's all down
I went in search of The stupidest person, My search was all In vain.
My Love's True
All the years I hid my love In the bank of truth It's true.
War's Never Kind
War's never Kind my friend War's never Kind.
World Poetry Day
Gather a few friends Describe a situation or a scene And ask them to write about it A few lines of their own.
Poem's A Poem
A poem's not A black cat hiding Under the bed In a dark room.
Artist In Me
Painter in me Woke up one day Wished to paint The sky - the whole sky
A thin flat pane
Of unblemished glass
And a reflecting plane
Of sputtered aluminum…
Mirror …amazing mirror
A symbol of fashion
Image of civilization
Right turned left