Avinash Nair Poems
- Alone “Alone” she said, “I wait” And I could actually relate...
- Sound Of Silence Unseen, unheeded strands of existence, ...
- The Woman There, under the stuttering street light, She ...
- A Love Letter To my dearest, I can wait for you in your ...
- Kiss I hold her close to me, So close, so near, That we ...
- How Should I Define My Woe? How should I define my woe? ...
- A Sojourn Solitary Traveller Again, he embarks on this ...
Avinash is one of the most talented poets I have ever known. His heart-touching poems not only reach one’s soul, but his skilful play with words shows his dexterity and his comfort with the English language. Avinash is a philosopher- poet and his deep thinking about the various problems that assail the society which are reflected in his poems. Occasionally he deviates from his concern with the society and writes a romantic poem like ‘The Kiss’. He is not only concerned with his role in the society but his sharp eyes also detect the plight of women and in one of his poems, he has touched the issue of prostitution. The pain of the woman is skilfully etched with words. It is as if he has ... more »
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“Alone” she said, “I wait”
And I could actually relate
Her to a bird with broken wings,
Caged to a word with broken hope
Crying out loud in what she sings,
Staged against the backdrop
Of blight disparity.
“Alone” she said, “and I hate”
Ah! The pain when she did state
Her lips quivered
Her eyes wavered,
Perhaps I noticed a stray tear,
Or perhaps, was she afraid
In a slight quantity.
“I blame myself” she said, “for being me”
I saw a woman who wanted to be free
An image of a child trapped
Image of innocence chapped
Living each ...