Pattinathar’s poetry reflects the social order of his time, just like the songs in contemporary movies which objectify a woman’s body, exemplifying male entitlement
Life is full of surprises and when reality knocks on your door, not once but twice, do you refuse it or take it?
When it comes to such love, people deem it un-natural. He thus asks the Indian culture if this power to choose is really un-natural.
With the winds of change years back Constitution of India came into being. Lets all learn to reflect, react, rethink and resume this 72nd Republic Day.
A poem about facing multiple emotions yet, embracing life with a smile and a hope within.
Devastated yet agitated, she knew; now anyone in the world could she fight; Punch, slap or even bite; Safety is first, not being polite.
Answer me, says Angel. Would that find you peace?
It still carries its roots, yet having a new form. A form different from the parent tree, And it’s totally fine.
And so, distractions are used as shield
And multitask as armour
I Keep longing for my self
I Keep longing for my own company.
And there’s he,
In each of my dreams,
Showering all his blessings upon me,
Always holding me tight, in my screams
Not an unusual day [responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Female” buttontext=”Read out this Theel for me”] The alarm rang at five;Drowsily, she rubbed the eyes.Trying hard to leave the bed;Limping like a zombie, dead.She woke up to the blanket of darkness;Unwilling to move that day, I guess.The world around was still asleep;For her, the morning was a…
This very morning I heard a feeble voice inside whispering, “And miles to go before I sleep and miles to go before I sleep..” Yes, the guess was right. Those lines are from the very famous American poet, Robert Lee Frost’s most celebrated poem – Stopping by woods on a snowy evening. Robert Frost was born on…