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Ashok Chakravarthy Tholana
Nacionalidad:
India
E-mail:
tacvarthy@gmail.com
Biografia

Ashok  Chakravarthy Tholana

A poet, essayist, content writer & Translator, composing poetry for the past 20 years, I had till date composed over 1000 poems. Presently I am employed with a Govt-partnered Co-op Bank at Hyderabad City, India.

WHAT LIFE IS

Life …
Mysterious
Serious
Arduous
Tedious
And
Perilous.
At times …
Glamorous
Hilarious
Gracious
Prosperous
And
Lustrous.
Love …
Delightful
Mirthful
Playful
Wonderful
And
Eventful
At times …
Frightful
Mournful
Doubtful
Distrustful
And
Dreadful
Love and life
The two shores
And two sides
Of life’s coin
If balanced
With equal wit,
If sailed
In true spirit,
No doubt
Ratifies
Satisfies
Glorifies
And justifies
What life is.
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SHROUDING FEARS

The gliding waterfall
Drench the foothill,
Ultimately sliding
Into a flowing stream.
The flowers have not wilted
But are not lively too,
Somewhat painful is the view
Devoid of reasons appropriate.
Encircling the horizon
The dusk seems surging,
Clouds advance to envelope
Like an un-rolling blanket.
Fearing a storm Perhaps,
The homecoming birds,
Rush back to their nests
From the turbulent skies.
Shouldering commitments,
The tall and lean shepherd
Who faced several upheavals,
Wade through the dusty winds.
Will the pleasant moon
Peep through the chaotic clouds
To shower moonlight today?
Yesterday was chill and fiery,
But, what about tonight?
Will the buds of yesterday
Aspire to blossom,
Or would they fall shattered?
At the feet of tomorrow’s light.
Except for the echoing wind,
Except for thunderous lightening,
Everything seems awfully calm
Expecting an outrageous storm,
Advancing with a fatal rage.
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WHAT A REWARD INDEED

Revenge is not one should speak
Unity is what one should seek
Wars have created destructions
Peace, isolated with hasty actions.
Thousands perished in the crossfire
When wars created havoc-filled ire.
Thousands have starved to death
When famines unfurled their wrath.
Brave soldiers, with patriotic fervor
Staked their lives and upheld honor.
Women and children, young and old
Regardless of gender, stood bold.
Screaming with revenge and ferocity
Streams of blood gush with intensity.
Though wisdom stood in the forefront
Circumstances trip out of the dragnet.
What have we achieved to boast of?
What have we acquired to show-off?
See, awash with tears, soaked in blood,
Lives are staked for a morsel of food.
O Mother Earth ! What a reward indeed.


 

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