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Magic Box

(September 3,1992)

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  • Bijay Poudel (1/7/2014 12:28:00 AM)

    He had written one poem about rape. That was one of the best stuffs i had read. His wit, his sattire, his fearless write are excellent. Especially that poem 'BEING GAY' was a nice fearless poem. I even appreciate the comment thread which had followed that poem. Well i m learning much about poetry from magic box and other poets. cheers! !

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  • Geetha Jayakumar (12/17/2013 5:02:00 AM)

    Aswath Raman is the young, talented and gifted poet.
    He surprises everyone
    When he pulls out magical poems
    one by one from his Magic Box.
    Just like the magician he
    Keeps on rotating us in his world of magic.
    The name chosen by him is perfect in all sense Magic Box.
    Truly it’s an amazing gift you are born with.
    To come with poems on Current affairs and
    Speak the truth in particular way, sharply and boldly.
    May God Bless you in all walks of life.
    May you always come out with success in flying colors.
    God Bless You!

  • Shahzia Batool (9/2/2013 10:56:00 AM)


    Li'l Brother!
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    Acrostic...
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    A lways active you will find

    S erious, genius, straight though kind

    W onder guy with brilliant mind

    A cute observer keeps an eye

    T eaches lessons on the spot

    H is poems are rich with deep thought



    R eciprocates all his friends

    A ll the best his peers send

    M agic box is the pseudonym

    A swath is his real name

    N ever he meant any harm!
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    Ref: 03/09/2013

  • Payal Parande (8/13/2013 1:30:00 PM)

    aswath bhayya AKA magic box do have magic in his words, he have ability to speak his mind beautifully he will keep you mesmerized till the end and when you'll finish reading his poems you'll be left with pure breathtaking experience that you will never forget

    keep smiling bhayya
    love
    payal

  • Shahzia Batool (8/12/2013 5:14:00 AM)

    Aswath Raman is a young and gifted poet whose poems are the direct outcome of the intense impressions his mind receives from the world, and being a shrewd observer, his poems reflect that he does not stay unmoved by the happenings around him. His art of poetry is not learnt in a poetry workshop, but acquired by the institution of life. He takes care of the tenor between the poet and the readers that's why his poems get their meaning after reaching the readers, for which he shows his concern when he translates his native writes into English poems. Remarks on any poet play a significant role in his life, comments of praise encourage him while the criticism carries him sky-high.Keep writing lil bro.! ! !

  • Kavya . (8/6/2013 1:00:00 AM)

    i truly agree with Dinesh Sir's comments below on Aswath Raman, the so called Magic Box who does wonders with his wonderful and creative and innovative writes......at such a young age, he has already soared high in PH.........however by disappearing and deleting all his poems and comments from PH, he made his readers take aback......But now that he is back again with a bang with of course, peoms in regional language as well, I wish him all the very best in life and May he reach greater heights in writing poems. All the best bro! |

  • Dinesh Nair (8/3/2013 8:01:00 AM)

    Aswath Raman alias Magic Box is one of the most prominent young poets who is armed with unusual wield of poetic devices, extra ordinary imaginative flutter and incredible ability to entice the readers. He is also extremely good at writing poems in Malayalam his mother tongue. Given to moods and idiosyncrasies at times he chooses not to write and quite spiritedly bounce back on the PH and takes us all by surprises with his submissions.
    Most of his writes over the PH were deleted by him for reasons perhaps unknown to him as well reminding us of Emily Dickens the American poet who was reported to have burned most of her poems.
    But poets of such kind are resourceful indeed and they give rebirth to the poems once aborted in the early state of their conception.
    Aswath Raman is expected ever to be a romantic philosopher within and may his poems ever surface here time and again and I wish him all the best.

Kurishettu (MALAYALAM)

Hrudayam thulachoree valmuna valichoori,
Thalayonnaruthu thotti munayil nee korkkuka,
Krimi njan, nissaran, pranayathinanarhan,
Purakenadappavark ithuthanne mathruka

Udal pakuthekkuka, Karal paricheriyuka,
Kan chhozhnneduthu nee kayyil pidikkuka,
Pulikkumee mamsathilninnasthikal keeruka,
Chuttu pollunna kambiyen nenjil kayattuka

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