Sukumar Ray

(30 October 1887 - 10 September 1923 / Calcutta / India)

Poems of Sukumar Ray

1. Baburam The Snake Charmer 3/14/2012
2. Khichuri 3/14/2012
3. Old Tickler 3/14/2012
4. Stew Much 3/14/2012
5. Sur-Prize 3/14/2012
6. The King of Bombaria 3/14/2012
7. The Missing Whiskers 3/14/2012
8. The Power Of Music 3/14/2012
9. The Rule of 21 3/14/2012
10. The Sons of Ramgaroo 3/14/2012
11. The Suitable Groom 3/14/2012
12. Uuncle's Invention 3/14/2012
13. Woodly Old Man 3/14/2012

Stew Much

A duck once met a porcupine ; they formed a corporation
Which called itself a Porcuduck ( a beastly conjugation ! ).
A stork to a turtle said, 'Let's put my head upon your torso ;
We who are so pretty now, as Stortle would be more so !'
The lizard with the parrot's head thought : taking to the chilli
After years of eating worms is absolutely silly.
A prancing goat - one wonders why - was driven by a need
To bequeath

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