Bijay Kant Dubey


Sarbeswar Samal As A Poet From Orissa


Sarbeswar Samal who hails from
Kakhadpada, Balikhand of Balsore District,
But is a teacher of Ravenshaw College, Cuttack
Has My India And Universe, Blossoms of Heart,
Where Shall We Turn? and others
As his volumes of poesy.

Poetry is his passion,
The verve for creation
And in pursuance to it, he keeps going,
Writing verses in a free-loating way,
Styling the stanzas
As per his caprice and whim,
Telling of patriotism, myth of the land
And the realities around.

Sometimes talks he about the rise of Kalinga,
Sometimes about the Sudarsana Chakra,
Sometimes about mokshya and desire,
Sometimes asking Buddha to tell,
The peepul tree and so on,
A writer in his own right,
But to be reckoned with
If one seeks to derive from his corpus
And wants to take to comparatively
Going through the annals of Indian English verse.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 27, 2014

Topic of this poem: Art


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