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Mother’s Week – Mother India

Mother India

Continuing with the Mother’s Week celebrations – the week post Mother’s Day, A Journalist Reveals will talk about Mother India, today. Mother India       When I think of Mother India, I remember this poem from school: Main banjara le iktara ghooma Bharat sara. Kahin khade parbat barfile, Toh phir ...

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Samman Hum Bhi Karte Hain!

Samman Hum Bhi Karte Hain!

By Heera Jayatheerth Vah vah! Samman hum bhi karte hain Tiranga Tiranga Tiranga Tiranga khila hamare bagh mein Samman hamesha kiya Tirangeka Leherakar humne dhwaj, Kitanehi veeronpar sajaya Deshke liye kiye balidan par, Nanhe Munno se lekar Jawan Budhhon tak Sabhi ke man mein Vishwas Prem Samman hamare Tirangepar Hum Srushti bhi tumhare ...

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A Poem

The Rainy Day

This is another of my daughter’s poems, which she wrote as a child. The Rainy Day By Gayatri T Rao Once in a while, I get this chance; To step into the rain and happily dance. Raindrops fall, quick and fast. Will this situation ever last? The sultry summer has ...

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A Poem

My daughters began writing poems and stories from their childhood. We have collected them since then. While sorting them out we had placed all of them together at one place. Most of them needed to be typed into the computer. I am sharing one of my daughter’s poems here, which have ...

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Oh, Boy! What have I done!

I wrote this poem after I completed my M.Sc. in Botany. During our degree course, we were supposed to cut plants and make slides and herbaria out of them. On that fateful day, we were standing in the line to apply for my degree certificate in the University Campus. I ...

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A Day in the Life of a Working Woman!

Verses do not match the theme, When I encounter such a day; I find everything going wrong, Then I keep my pen at bay.   Perhaps, I got up from the wrong side of bed, I then think. I forget the events of daily routine, And often lose their serial ...

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A Poem

Kiddish though they may be, Some of these poems of mine. They represent the states of mind At all these times, of mine. I had written this poem about the river Ganga, several years back and I am sharing it with you now. Holy Ganges! Out of the cacophony of ...

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Construction Is Better Than Destruction

Oh! Stop this destruction, my friend. Don’t wait for my patience’s end. You not only cut the trees of teak and Sal But also are paving the way to death’s very hall. Your axes kill, not only the trees, But also the soil beneath your feet. The river nearby floods, ...

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Thoughts Of A Wilderness

I want to return to a wilderness; Though, I don’t know where it is. To this place, my mind drifts; Not knowing where it is. A river runs nearby With trees on either bank, tall and with leaves, stud. There is a little cottage, as well, With birds chirping around. ...

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That Lone Stub Of A Tree!

While I was moving along, A lone stub of a tree, I came upon. I looked at it with curiosity; Which species of plant it is to see.   Suddenly, a forlorn voice addressed me; “Why are you looking at me, so curiously? I am no big tree; majestic to ...

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