Sushil Kumar Tripathy
Biography of Sushil Kumar Tripathy
Passed High School Certificate from Baunsuni High School, Graduation in Rajendra College Bolangir, M.Sc.in Botany with Forestry Profession in
Forest Department, Govt. of Odisha in State of Odisha, INDIA.
Sushil Kumar Tripathy's Works:
Manisha (Human beings in Oriya language) , So many poems, Critics, stories published in Magazines.
Sushil Kumar Tripathy Poems
Waiting for some one At a lonely place from core of heart one day he will come
Do, did, done You are alone No will share You must not dare.
A dry river When flooded with rain water Curbed the human beings, animals and plants Washes what comes in front of it
Man does sin Not for the curse It’s natural and spontaneous Before one can think that he opts to do,
Monsoon is a change Of thought, climate Earth wear clothes of new look Sky drips down drops of water
Two caged chicks of golden bird Crying for their lost nest they jumped away Mother came to locate them On the top of the cage she found
Technology Is Not A Machine
Technology is not a machine It’s an improved thought of people To be implemented to save the world. Technology is not a garbage to throw
Little Care Of Something
Little care of something From the core of heart Will give great result Beyond imagination.
The Skill Of A Person
The skill of a person is To implement the whole ability Whole knowledge And total effort
On The Platform
On the platform The crowd of people For the human race Unending competition
We all have a borrowed life To do good throughout The life span we borrowed From the court of almighty.
Bailiff, the right hand Of the local land lord With robust body and face Having long dark mustache.
The Darkness Came
The darkness came Painted with the whole blackness Blown my all efforts to live The sickle shaped moon
Who Am I?
Who am I? That gives you Food clothes and shelter Along with medicine,
Tiny bird in the nature
Out of the artificial golden cage
That can fly into
The core of the heart of sky
Need not carry any passport
To cross the boundary
From county to country
That Man can't do