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Akella S.ratnam HYDERABAD / India, Male, 77
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  • POEM: Book Of Life by Kavitha Krishnamurthy (5/24/2009 4:33:00 PM)

    Good poem from an artist.Find the
    Book of Life

    The book published when the costs were low
    A child born of a happy wedding.
    It was a cheap paperback edition
    Third in the line preceding two more.
    Title page neat, handy with pleasing appearance
    Healthy, active, sober and modest.
    A run-of-the mill social novel sans sensational passages
    Cultured, devoid of violence and vulgarity.
    Printing indifferent pages dog-eared and blurred
    Uncared for, yet doggedly pursued reading hard.
    Theme gripping movement slow but steady.
    Crossing sixty encounters road blocks insurmountable.
    When anxious to reach the happy ending
    Speed breakers emerge off-spring accusing obstruct passage.
    Readers baffled, perhaps author perplexed (bungled)
    Unable to close the narrative finds unnatural ending inauspicious.
    The style and language dissipate grip loosens
    Wavering, the author blamed for erratic writing.
    Oh! book! ending lost in torn pages
    Life ends without the knowledge of what happens to its creation.
    following lines which complement the poem:

  • POEM: Book Of Life by Sandi Alford (5/24/2009 4:29:00 PM)

    I like the poem and wish readers to read it with the following poem.:

    Book of Life

    The book published when the costs were low
    A child born of a happy wedding.
    It was a cheap paperback edition
    Third in the line preceding two more.
    Title page neat, handy with pleasing appearance
    Healthy, active, sober and modest.
    A run-of-the mill social novel sans sensational passages
    Cultured, devoid of violence and vulgarity.
    Printing indifferent pages dog-eared and blurred
    Uncared for, yet doggedly pursued reading hard.
    Theme gripping movement slow but steady.
    Crossing sixty encounters road blocks insurmountable.
    When anxious to reach the happy ending
    Speed breakers emerge off-spring accusing obstruct passage.
    Readers baffled, perhaps author perplexed (bungled)
    Unable to close the narrative finds unnatural ending inauspicious.
    The style and language dissipate grip loosens
    Wavering, the author blamed for erratic writing.
    Oh! book! ending lost in torn pages
    Life ends without the knowledge of what happens to its creation.

  • POEM: Book Of Life by Sandi Alford (11/3/2006 12:04:00 AM)

    The poem is a sad reminder of the brutal ways of punishment.More than the punishment inflicted onthe woman it is the cllous attitude of the perpetrators who stand as mute spectators to the inhuman and unethical ways of mankind.

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