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Ravindra Kumar

[Robert De Marshwell] (02 July 1951 / India)

Biography of Ravindra Kumar

I was born on 2nd July,1951 at Shahjahanpur in the family of Kayastha. My father was a private draftsman. He had truly industrious and substantively pious body. Since childhood my brain is set on watch over the mode of conduct prevailing in whole majority. This remarkable feeling creates distinguished character between my personality and general. I saw sudden emersion of many direful antagonist estimating to check my progress during grown up days. Those were perfectly effected by not misfortunes only but also secret offended tricks and widely spread wrong policies of our system. Before appearing a poet I have engaged in variety of jobs. Such ability prejudging about social welfare makes me quite thoughtful. Ugly and sordid realities of an animate existence including genuine nature of common people stirred my blood to produce rare advantageous view for safe living. Though my keen interest was laid in medical vocation, I undertake responsibility of originating verses. At this, lusty desire of compromising faculty to each assist my soul pervade the journey. Having purposed to get prominent in career I took my degree in literature. 'The Burst of Passion' is 1st Volume of my poetic work. The book is dedicated to honourable Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Ex. president of India. My activities towards work may be counted as add fuel to fire few cases but there are suitable symptoms prove too mental acuteness cleanly. Main theme of my poems is to realize everyone his certain responsibilities for which he has taken birth and must accomplish till period he breathes.

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Each Moment Give Lesson

Each moment give lesson certain determine to us,
Often it echoes on frequent level in my mind,
And tranquil measureless moans accumulated still o'er guess,
And embolden too the state of perplexity bind.

Standing aloof solitary, from the worldly affairs
Mainly I feel behaving tutelary this nature,
To thrive in life as section indicates,
And react perennial affectionate voice of warbler.

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