Ananta Madhavan

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Ananta Madhavan Poems

1. Censored By Prudence 1/8/2014
2. Poems I Like 1/8/2014
3. Lines To A Writer 1/12/2014
4. Symbol Moments 1/13/2014
5. Small Poems From Youth 1/15/2014
6. Two Swiss Recollections 1/18/2014
7. Fugitive Equation 1/23/2014
8. Defendant To Jury 1/25/2014
9. Beginning To Wonder 1/25/2014
10. To Name A Mood 1/29/2014
11. That Still Quality 1/29/2014
12. To Make A Myth 1/31/2014
13. Dulwich Park In May 1/20/2014
14. Hymn To The Waters 1/22/2014
15. Words 1/22/2014
16. The New Cartography 2/1/2014
17. Photosynthesis 2/3/2014
18. Three Sorts 2/2/2014
19. Fossil 2/3/2014
20. Frames 2/3/2014
21. Still, From A Film 2/5/2014
22. Lost City, ''Poom-Puhar' 2/6/2014
23. Kutraalam Waterfalls 2/6/2014
24. Fish-Eye Lens 2/6/2014
25. Petrified Tree 2/7/2014
26. The Complaints Book 2/7/2014
27. Lucid Moment 2/7/2014
28. Pop Singer 2/9/2014
29. Sand Castles 2/9/2014
30. Port 2/11/2014
31. Time And Motion Tableaux 2/12/2014
32. The City 2/12/2014
33. Free Will, An August Kite 2/13/2014
34. Shipwrecked 2/16/2014
35. That Unperson 2/16/2014
36. Gems Of Water 2/17/2014
37. Ashrafi 2/17/2014
38. Monuments 2/18/2014
39. Eagle-Man 2/20/2014
40. Swiss Landscape And Eyes To See 2/23/2014
Best Poem of Ananta Madhavan

'Did I Ever Exist? '

I am not sure I ever lived, except in this imagined space,
This concoction of words that perhaps make a little sense
To a kindly heart like yours.

If I was never born,
I never died. Was I immortal
Without ever being me, a person with a body, mind and soul,
Like you, but different, a unique variant?

I am no freak, no fiction, once I was a fact,
If Time can be trusted, solar or cosmic.
My tale is sad and simple. Mother's womb
Was all the world I ever knew
Before I grew to be a person,
Rather than a form of words, your words, this ...

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Nature Lies

Moth on bark or parakeet on bough,
Seeming other than they are,
Teach us that nature loves deceit;
Yet priggish man exalts the truth,
Being then most seeming in his
Moral camouflage.

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