Indira Renganathan


Indira Renganathan Poems

761. Madras 4/19/2008
762. Madras Eye (Conjunctivitis, Pink Eye) 11/30/2008
763. Madras Marina 10/26/2008
764. Madras Monsoon 10/20/2008
765. Madurai To Nellai By Bus 4/19/2008
766. Matrimony 6/8/2008
767. Maya 11/16/2011
768. Mayakoothan-Thirukulandhai 6/12/2008
769. Meditation 3/19/2010
770. Meeting The Society 5/2/2008
771. Merrily Truly 4/20/2008
772. Mid-Day Surrounding 5/17/2008
773. Mind 4/20/2008
774. Mind-2 12/6/2011
775. Mirror 5/11/2008
776. Modern Poesy 5/15/2008
777. Moment 1/22/2009
778. Money 5/25/2008
779. Money Abused 10/23/2008
780. Money Does Matter Sentimentally 5/25/2008
781. Money Matters 5/24/2008
782. Moneystory 5/29/2008
783. Monsoon 5/18/2008
784. Monstrous Fortnight 4/19/2008
785. Moon 4/20/2008
786. Mortal Wrinkles 4/17/2008
787. Mother And Babe 7/29/2011
788. Mother Basil 1/3/2009
789. Mother Goddess 4/20/2008
790. Mothers 7/21/2009
791. Motto 4/20/2008
792. Mudal Azhwargal 6/12/2008
793. Museum 5/10/2008
794. Muted Hours 5/22/2008
795. My Pc's Documentation 9/1/2009
796. Nameology 7/16/2011
797. National Flag 5/11/2008
798. Nature Haikus-1 1/29/2012
799. Nature-Haikus-10 7/3/2012
800. Nature-Haikus-2 2/7/2012
Best Poem of Indira Renganathan

A Day With The Lord

Wake up o'Lord, it's winter's vernal shine
Dawning to be consecrated with mercy Thine
Whilst yet a darkling sky's in full moon shine
In tardy treads it's pinking too fine
As Thou asterism Arudhra is on to sign
Conjuring melodies of cooing birds pine
Invoked Margazhi-matins intensify to combine
Intending for anointed ablutions aromatic divine
Wake up o'Lord, wake up

Then it means to be sanguine more
Sacred bathing mounds in variety to pour
Shiva is fresh and feasted to score
Follow now His jaunt of cosmic chore
Prime at Dharukavan blissful, He dances ...

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Agraharam I Lived In

Sun broke the night five decades ago
Sanctified the cow dung soil to glow
An Agraharam woke up
Fabulous brahminical kolams rounded up

Prototypic in two rows adjoined
Houses erected, front and rear entered, exited
Uniform with a semi open porch
Unique style spoken on a stone bench

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