Pankajam Kottarath


Pankajam Kottarath Poems

1. Without A Penny 4/26/2011
2. Second Childhood 4/27/2011
3. Flames Of Life 4/28/2011
4. Madness 6/13/2011
5. The Puddle Chokes 2/2/2012
6. Rain Is Fun 3/21/2012
7. Melting Grief 3/21/2012
8. The Gallows 5/7/2012
9. When My Baby Was Brought Home 6/13/2012
10. Oppression 6/2/2013
11. The Door 9/18/2013
12. Poverty 4/3/2014
13. Search 7/3/2014
14. The Summit 7/23/2014
15. A Stone Melts 9/26/2014
16. Craving 11/5/2014
17. Last Note 5/8/2015
18. Love And After 4/3/2014
19. Lubricant 3/6/2012
20. Waiting For The Turn 6/7/2012
21. Seven Wonders 1/12/2012
22. The Recycle Bin 5/4/2014
23. I Want To Cry 6/7/2012
24. Standout 5/7/2012
25. A Winter Sky 2/2/2012
26. The Flute 1/9/2012
27. The Flower Vendor 4/14/2012
28. Last Journey(A Tribute) 3/6/2012
29. The Power Of Unspoken Words 1/9/2012
30. Revelation 3/12/2012
31. Privileges 5/14/2012
32. Night Does Not Cage You 4/13/2012
33. Waterfalls 3/6/2012
34. Forbidden Fruit 4/18/2012
35. What I Overheard 4/5/2012
36. Love Is A Game 2/10/2012
37. Cosmetics 5/17/2012
38. Lament 3/12/2012
Best Poem of Pankajam Kottarath

Lament

Sorrows deep rooted
lie damp
in bruised hearts
like my village soil
soaked for months in monsoon

Ghosts of hurts chasing rampant
neither melt in the sun
nor dissolve in the rains
as inorganic synthetics
Awfully abraded,
they fume and fret,
nudge day and night
The caricature
doesn't expose
scars caged within
and to unlock them
with an instant outburst
wait woefully
for a little kindred propinquity,
the litmus-test
for intensity of aches
If not any, stay unseen
for years and years.

Read the full of Lament

The Flute

The slender tube
feeds my senses with mellowed music.

Tell me
if I have to thank

the dead wood that goes into it
or the craftsman who shaped it?

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