Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi

Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi Poems

1. A Bag Of Air! 10/11/2012
2. A Bait And I. 4/16/2012
3. A Bit More! 11/11/2012
4. A Bottle Full Of Love! 12/21/2012
5. A Bow And An Arrow.. 8/24/2012
6. A Broken Heart Always Weeps.. 6/10/2013
7. A Butterfly Girl! 12/20/2012
8. A Butterfly Story.. 1/3/2014
9. A Castle In The Heart.. 12/8/2013
10. A Ceremony On The Bed! 12/5/2012
11. A Challenge 7/31/2013
12. A Child From The Rain Forest! 12/31/2012
13. A Child In A Man 7/16/2012
14. A Child's Mother.. 5/9/2015
15. A Crime Of Passion 6/4/2013
16. A Dawn.. 12/30/2013
17. A December Morning In My Village! 12/28/2012
18. A Dramatic Lover.. 10/31/2014
19. A Drop 3/10/2012
20. A Failed Human 7/8/2015
21. A Few People.. 8/1/2013
22. A Few Rotten Apples.. 6/21/2013
23. A Fox In Us! 12/4/2012
24. A Fresh Graduate With A Scholar Tag 12/23/2011
25. A Fruitfly! 11/8/2012
26. A Gagged Mind 4/26/2013
27. A Garden Of Stars Above Our Heads! 10/20/2012
28. A Gem In Us 2/2/2012
29. A Girl And Her Wish. 4/13/2012
30. A Glow Worm And A Firefly 10/4/2012
31. A Hand And A Phone 3/13/2013
32. A Hand In Need! 8/3/2012
33. A Heart Full Of Love... 11/24/2014
34. A Kiss! 2/4/2013
35. A Laborious Deep Bowl 5/1/2015
36. A Lamp In Us.. 10/4/2016
37. A Laptop Human 8/18/2013
38. A Latched Heart.. 6/10/2013
39. A Little Girl And A Puppy.. 8/11/2016
40. A Love Letter Received By A Wrong Person! 10/26/2012
Best Poem of Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi

The Books

These people seem to be like the books,
scattered all around in different cues,
Shelves of books with variant topics:
Medicine, Engineering and comics,
Languages, Management and Marketing,
Tourism, Text books and Computing,
House hold, Carpentry and plumbing,
Trucks, Driving and operating.
Must choose one to taste,
Read regularly to last,
A full term of life and love,
Nourish it with the dose of care,
Can buy it from the stores,
That sells New, second hand and old,
When the new book is bought,
The smell itself fresh and great,

Read the full of The Books

When I Fail To See

When I fail to SEE the suffering of people,
Do not call me a visually impaired,
But call me a blind.

When I ignore the agony of hard labor,
Do not call me a physically handicapped,
But call me a crippled.

When I am inaudible to the cries of help,

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