Hemant Shesh Poems
- The Pretty Woman You would repent That you could not kiss ...
- Salutations To Sun Certainly That broken bridge shall ...
- Forgetfulness We shall forget the names of many of our ...
- Untitled Now there is no use feeding milk to your own ...
- Diagnosis Where are the race-course gone? The man tethered ...
- Empty Boats In Yamuna How many were there - The boats: empty,...
- Post Script Everyday the things are recorded to have gone ...
Hemant Shesh (Hindi: हेमंत शेष) was born on 28 December 1952 in Jaipur, Rajasthan) is an Indian Hindi writer, poet and civil servant.
Shesh completed his post graduate education from the University of Rajasthan in Jaipur. He then joined the Rajasthan Administrative Service in 1977. He has worked as District collector and magistrate in Pratapgarh district of Rajasthan state, and is currently working as a Registrar for the Board of revenue in Ajmer, Rajasthan.
Writings and Publications
He has published over twenty books including 13 of his own writings while the rest were ones he edited. and has been editor for Kala-Prayojan a ... more »
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The Pretty Woman
You would repent
That you could not kiss her.
Her being utterly beautiful is the first condition for an imaginary kiss.
You are worried that kissing her is not that simple.
Between a kiss and your agony
A beautiful woman
Unconcerned to both:
Your despair, and her own majestic chastity!