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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 14. The Song of the Present It’s a song; it embraced a long silence, crossedthe tombs of hatred near the bonds of affection. A dwelling erected in our life struggle. It has seen not only the stars In the firmament, the ripples in the sea, and […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 13. Book is our Flag Like a mother who directs a crawling child Like the father who teaches his son how to run Like the teacher who dispels fear from the mind Like the temple that tells God is present in the heart of one and […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 12. Monopoly It’s an indoor game that fell into the hands of tiny tots. Irrespective of the season it gives a yield of bucks unseen earlier. A nice game it is… that of e-business No great fascination or rapture in the distribution of intellect. Only a […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 11. Corona, We Aren’t Afraid! We wage war individually, and fight the same single battle. We lie in wait separately. You are a microbial bomb, not an atomic one! So why do we fear you? We won’t tie you to stop you from touching us. We […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 12. Muddy Hands

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  12. Muddy Hands With the music of washed vessels. She wakes up the house. When the early cockcrows Piercing through thick darkness She lights the hut Feeds the children grains of rice. She arrives in the fields, porridge-vessel in hand The landlord welcomes her with abuses. As she […]

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THE UNTIRED(Telugu Original by Sarasija penugonda)

THE UNTIRED       English Translation: Penugonda basaveshwar Telugu Original : Sarasija Penugonda She’s been trying to erect a pillaras a mark of her self identity denied for decades by community Bricks of self-confidence are continuously kept wet with relentlessly shed sweat Sacrifices like a matchstick to ignite ,fire particles, a million n continue […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 10. Bell of Virtue In the flux of a scene where silence overflows, render your brain formless a bit. Meanwhile, it is not just your dreams, but heart’s burden that is emptied. In the darkness where fireflies emit light, inordinate sound brooks keep flowing. Many are […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 9.Scissors Whena flame rages beneath the pan of half-cooked rice, I feel the pain of besieging taunts. Like the stories of paltry grains for hungry stomachs, in the shade of subject, object, verb amidst the disparities between rich and poor, I feel as if I got […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 8.Homage of Syllables Whenever occasions don’t revert halfway, all the experience should listen, say, see the words of known people, things worth knowing, deeds to be divulged and become a journey not waited. When answerless questions come near, immerse in NEWS, play the game of four […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 9. Need to Speak

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  9. Need to Speak My dumbness reveals No human is seen to speak It took a long time Even to speak to myself True interaction with a man Is possible only after Leaving all inhibitions. It is indeed For the union of true souls The interaction between you […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 7.Farmer Couple He becomes a plough to till the land in sowing season; she transforms into a basket of cold food in the red hot sun. He becomes the toil of the tilling harrow in his field; she walks behind him to sow the seeds dexterously. […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 8. Morning Star

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  8. Morning Star Rising with the morning star Sweeping darkness away with a broom That girl draws patterns of brightness… As she washes dishes the sun rises from her beads of sweat. Amidst the chirping of birds. As she cleans everyone’s filth with her tender fingers That wonderful […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 6.Special Soldier He is a picture of opulence on the retina; a sacred figure without many hues. He won many a million hearts. Wherever his sweat falls, there germinates mother’s love, blesses. In the nights and afternoons when mud blossoms, at a time when the branches […]

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Death Warrants (Poem-Telugu Original by Mandarapu Hymavati)

Death Warrants (poem) Telugu Original: Mandarapu Hymavati EnglishTranslation: Syamala Kallury An endless joy it is After the head-bath, washing the hair For some the body feels comfortable Moves freely in the swing For some the head-bath itself is A ritual, that sends one to lands More comfortable, then it is an explosion! Yes, Hunger is […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 7. Mankena Flower

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  7. Mankena Flower Caught in bramble and thorn I am a struggling palapitta** Whichever way I move The thorns prick me These are not thorns of today But shackles of slavery That have bound me for generations. Caught between the devil and the deep sea Danger hisses about […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga 5.Osmania, the Glowing Lamp Always, I throw a couple of old dreams in front of me. When searching for similarities, Osmania emits the echoes of peace songs and those of valour from its rocky walls. Conceiving spirit, shaping expression it keeps filling the voids of my […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 6. Untouchable Assault

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  6. Untouchable Assault This is ‘untouchable Sunitha’ speaking: From long ago ― Forgotten by you all In this country, just as there is ― untouchable hunger untouchable exploitation, untouchable suicides untouchable rape too exists. I swear by my love for Yogeswar Reddy That mine is certainly an Untouchable […]

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I wanna walk… (Poem)

I wanna walk… -Jhansi Koppisetty I was flying like an angel.. But a great fall broke my ankle..! Till then I was fulfilling everyone's wishes.. Had to wake up to my senses with all the stitches..! Ankle broke three ways.. Added bonus dislocation sideways..! Plates and screws were all used.. Doctors pinned and stapled bones […]

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Peacock of the Rain (Poem-Telugu Original by Mandarapu Hymavati)

Peacock of the Rain (poem) Telugu Original: Mandarapu Hymavati EnglishTranslation: Syamala Kallury As when a poem that has not taken shape In the mind since long, emerges suddenly Opening the fan of raindrops, The peacock of the rain, breaks into a dance. As when some unseen goddesses Rain jasmines with cupped hands, Like the pearls […]

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Sedative Serenity

Sedative Serenity                    – Ramalakshmi Avasarala As I closed my eyes, I perceived the perpetual woods, Where the sound is dumb, Where even the taciturn, Searches curiously for words. Where only faint rustle of leaves, Enunciate the presence of life, Moonlight laying in patches that’s busy in […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga Translator’s Note           I have been trying to take some good Telugu literature into English for a long. In that process, I translated the stories of VattikotaAlwaruSwamy, Dasarathi Krishnamacharya, andKalojiNarayanaRao. Besides rendering such good fiction, I translated modern poetry as well. However, […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 5. Explosion

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  5. Explosion Though every cell craves for sanctity of a filled pot incessant blasts only embrace me. My only desire to live like a pure, new born person innocently like a faint green sprout ― the concrete diplomacy that piled up around freezes it by the day. To […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-29

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-29 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 29.Birth I watch this sky and these waves just before dawn— A bow like branch of tree if bent at one end, springs up the other side way lost at dusk searches dawn. Not everywhere is bright nor all is […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga I Go Along with Time          Has my observation of society increased since poetry writing became a fond habit for me?I am unable to tell whether I am turning myself into poesy only from the observation of society. Yet I have no habit […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 4. Prohibited Dream

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  4. Prohibited Dream My memory does not carry Colourful dreams that converse with my eyelids. In my dream, someone chases me, Always, as I keep running Insecure And towards an unknown destiny. In fact, life too is like a dream! I bundle up my identity and toss it […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-28

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-28 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 28.Highway As one writes on sea having become a sea as one walks on rivers having become a river which boat should I board on Godavari highway? What I saw was a mature lady like new water as I lay […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga Lustre of Erudition Surrounds Her          If people born in a family of great tradition hold the flag of defiance, it causes some surprise. If they follow the same path of rationalism and struggle throughout their life without retreating to the destination, it […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 3. Water

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  3. Water Just as water knows the ground’s incline, It knows the generations-old strife Between village and wada Like dampness on the well’s edge that never dries, It knows that untouchability never disappears. Water knows everything. It knows race The difference between the woman from Samaria and Jesus, […]

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Horsely Hills (Poem-Telugu Original by Mandarapu Hymavati)

Horsely Hills (poem) Telugu Original: Mandarapu Hymavati EnglishTranslation: Syamala Kallury Like a Hurricane lantern Hung to the hook of the sky Slowly climbing the ladder of the Peaks of mountains, the morning Sun Like the bright red hibiscus Like a yellow chrysanthemum Like a fully blossomed jasmine This Lotus lover Is cool handsome god of […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-27

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-27 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 27.Marina Beach Marina beach, Marina beach how beautiful you are how many people are cajoled in your lap and charmed by you, falling in love with you as we walked to see you the coach we came by left leaving […]

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Tempest of time (poems)

Tempest of time (poems) -Kondapalli Niharini Translated by Elanaaga ‘A preview ‘          Poetry mirrors life. It’s a true reflection of life in discernible hues. Therefore, it is aptly said that poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash(Leonard Cohen). Covid-19 pandemic […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 2. An Ethnic Dream

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  2. An Ethnic Dream The criss-crossed entangled forest seemsTo have gathered its hair neatly into a knot.Swallowed by a corporate whaleThat spits them out in the centre of Shilparamam*Small huts in deep sleep amidst green treesAppear doll houses with lime patternsAlluring. Nose studs, beaded necklaces, mirror blouses ofThe […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-26

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-26 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 26.Visakha! Oh my Visakha! You are a city like a hut beneath a hill What is so special about you Visakha to stay with you? Except Surya Sikha’ room in R.S.Hostel where we stayed what is so great about you? […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems) – 1. Rain

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  1.Rain Rain means Memories – Flying termites That shed their wings from The wet anthills of the mind Rain means A paper boat that I fasten To plunge into the pond of infancy When I look at this rain I remember my damp thatched house That woke us […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-25

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-25 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 25. Wild Dance of Waves When visiting sea at Kothapatnam won’t new thought germinate? No wonder when Koteswar Rao’s car halts at Kothapatnam is it a horse to swim in sea ? Those that land from car compose poetry but […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems)

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  ‘ Memory as an Ideology ‘           Challapalli Swaroopa Rani uses memory not only as a technique but also as an ideology. Her selective memory carefully constructs the people and the milestones in her life and collates this personal memory with her memory of […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-24

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-24 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 24. Marine Congregation Oh my Visakha Sea! To extend to the sky how long you did tapasya,meditation like a maharshi? Absorbing great rivers of processions frighteningly massive public meeting today. But for enormous depth, immense capability, total transformation, how can […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems)

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  ‘ THE PAIN OF BEING A PART APART ‘           This collection of 35 poems written by Prof Challapalli Swaroopa Rani now translated in to English, are eye-openers into the unspeakable experiences of Dalits not only in Andhra but all over India. These poems […]

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Nothing like a so-called failure

Nothing like a so-called failure -Sri sreya kurella They speak a lot When you are at the lowest point of your life. They comment a lot about your past actions,And try to form the reasons for the pain you are facing,  They try to depress you with their words,To make you feel low at the hardest phase of […]

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After meeting my childhood friend (Telugu Original “Chinnanati Mitruralni Chuseka” by Dr K.Geeta)

After meeting my childhood friend                        English Translation: V.Vijaya Kumar Telugu Original : “Chinnanati Mitruralni Chuseka” by Dr K.Geeta Meeting childhood friend After a long time I recalled those carefree dragonfly days Slept happily tucked in bed Closed under blanket overhead Whenever wished, how long […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-23

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-23 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 23. River Bhima Placidly flows like blood in arteries Bhima river, a perennial river till the other day that was like a snake that shed skin crawls like an earth worm today. Where is water for oars to steer a […]

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Bruised, but not Broken (poems)

Bruised, but not Broken (poems) -Challapalli Swarooparani  My Word           By and large the feminist movement in India has been about patriarchal oppression, experienced by dominant castes and middle class educated/urban women – gender discrimination: unequal man-woman relationships; undemocratic family system; burden of child-rearing and hardship of domestic chores as women […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-22

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-22 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 22.My Man Green shoots sprout on earth rain dances down from sky sprouts never look at heavens drops of rain reach not earth. East and west never meet not known why friends turn into foes for feuding groups in legislature […]

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Kandepi Rani Prasad

LITTLE PUPPY (Poem)

LITTLE PUPPY            -Kandepi Rani Prasad “Little Puppy ! Little Puppy ! Where have you been ? “ “I have been to Ramoji Film city “ “What have you seen in Ramoji Film City ?” “I have seen film shootings there. “ “What have you done after Seeing the shootings ?” […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-21

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-21 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 21.My Path I listen sleeping on this ground breathing the same air on ground inside earth so many reverberations nothing is clear. I am also advised to sleep blissfully in a trice earth covers me at once whirl wind wakes […]

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Kandepi Rani Prasad

Baby’s Birthday! (Poem)

Baby’s Birthday            -Kandepi Rani Prasad Parrots ! oh Parrots !Draping yourselves in green sareesPainting your beaks redCome to our house today !It’s our baby’s Birthday !Bless our golden girlWith your sweet words. Cuckoos ! Oh cuckoos !Drink warm black – peppered milkFill your voices with honey today !It’s our baby’s Birthday […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-20

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-20 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 20.Plateau Three fourths water one part land world map hangs on wall between many countries separating several continents water occupies as oceans and sea yet water problem became global issue. *** It is not about one part land about three […]

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Eye opener Poem

Eye opener Poem -Anuradha Bandi  Flow with things, Be friendly with thoughts, Imagine people and scenarios. Flow with signs of love, live with emotions and Finally, Flow with ur feelings. Baby trace life as it is. In middle go through the interior of your heart and the exterior of your facts. sometimes you’re infant, you’ll […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-19

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-19 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 19. Snapped Strings Walking across a dry lake needs no magic. When it was brimming with water to stand on the island like land all swimmers competed. Where is it? Expansive lake like green fields where is it? A dry […]

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When life is happening

When life is happening -Sri sreya kurella When life is happening just like I dreamt of,It happens…A big distraction,A big disaster,A big heartbreak,Which I can never believeThis happened to me,It takes a lot of time to digest the happening,It takes a lot of courage for my inner self to take a step,And this may happen […]

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Mischievous Poem

Mischievous Poem -Anuradha Bandi  When I crawl into east,Sun starts walking.He smiled dramatically. When sky of East start changing shades accordingly to Sun,I suspected clouds may be falling in love. Colours varies like my mindset vary.So I visualize each in flow of life. Fixed programming of East to West isInteresting daily Drama for me,so that I live in […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-18

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-18 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 18. Rebecca To reach Manginapudi beach via Chilakalapudi if one starts from Bandar by bus sky becomes entrance of the home frolics standing on the way like a slant pot sea appears. Beauty— sea naughtiness— sea health— sea youthful life […]

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AGE OF MESSAGE (Telugu Original “Message Yugam” by Dr K.Geeta)

AGE OF MESSAGE                        English Translation: V.Vijaya Kumar Telugu Original : “Message Yugam” by Dr K.Geeta Our house-keeping girl’s arms and legs never keep idle She fills her belly with dust on the floor Spinning round and round The washerman of our house has no […]

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Kandepi Rani Prasad

GARDEN (Poem)

GARDEN            -Kandepi Rani Prasad Jasmines, We the JasminesOur bodies whiteSymbol of peaceIn enchanting flower plaitsScents and fragrancesEquals to us, none China Roses ! We the China RosesOur bodies blood redSymbol of consciousnessGive grandeur even singlyTo temple deitiesNone, to compete with us. Chrysanthums ! We the ChrysanthumsOur bodies all yellowSymbol of auspiciousnessFor Festoons […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-17

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-17 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 17. Expansive Sheet of Water Stands undressed before me– I too am likewise– whether I adore or amalgamate but taste honey of experience. Just as the entire forest turns into a tree like disc of sun extending across the sky as […]

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Kandepi Rani Prasad

(FLOOD) OF TEARS STREAM (Poem)

(FLOOD) OF TEARS STREAM            -Kandepi Rani Prasad It’s not raining season evenWhere is thisFlood of water from?An ant askedAnother antEscaping from the flooding flow of waterAnswered the other Ant“There opened a new schoolIn this street yesterdayIt is the flow of tear dropsOf little onesBeaten by their teachers“ My  god !It […]

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Out-of-Coverage Areas

Out-of-Coverage Areas            English Traslation: Pulikonda Subbachary Telugu Original : Jupaka Subhadra We ploughed the land And shared the food The sky danced in our palms Now, we are half the sky In that half, we are pushed Out-of-Coverage area We search Not knowing where we are Scorpions at home, snakes […]

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War (Poem)

War            -V.Vijaya Kumar War is the creation of deadly greed Cremation of humane breed A fair of warheads trade Opponents dug in deficit Bigwigs behind its benefit Commoners made scapegoats War is not simply… Bombshells, broken wings of drones Heaps of debris, fallen trees n’ cranes Sirens of warning bells […]

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Kandepi Rani Prasad

TREE’S ANGUISH (Poem)

TREE’S ANGUISH            -Kandepi Rani Prasad “ So Lucky you areTo collect the smilesOf milky cheeked tiny tots!Why do you look so anguished then ?”A tree asked   it’s neighbour tree“I am in the schoolI thought and bloatedBloomed heavilyI wanted to becomeA carpet under the tiny feetBy dropping all my bloomsBut by the grace of the teachersI […]

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War a hearts ravage-15 (Long Poem) (Telugu Original “Yuddham oka Gunde Kotha” by Seela Subhadra Devi, English Translation by P. Jayalakshmi & Bhargavi Rao)

War a hearts ravage-15 English Translation: P. Jayalakshmi & Bhargavi Rao Telugu Original : “Yuddham oka Gunde Kotha” by Seela Subhadra Devi Fury or summit when two outraged sharp twin-horned beasts challenge each other angrily; some with arrogance blown heads, some others, mad of religion; when twin-headed serpents, twin-tongued crawling reptiles with their great hissings […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-14

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-14 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 14.Conscience of Ocean For fishermen who trust sea for a living sea offers a base, sea becomes a grave. Those who care not lives dare tsunamis, defy authorities those who know not networking to shatter lives know well to spread […]

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Tell-A-Story (Indian Man Who Cycled To Europe for Love)

Tell-A-Story Has The Olympic Spirit of Indian Athletes Received its Due? -Suchithra Pillai It was a historical haul for India at Tokyo Olympics 2020 with seven medals – 1 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze. Accolades have flooded the olympians from all over but the question to ponder is whether it arrived at the right […]

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Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-13

Bhagiratha’s Bounty and Other poems-13 English Translation: T.S. Chandra Mouli Telugu Original : Kandukuri Sreeramulu 13. Goa Like an ant climbing on a snake’s back I boarded the train. As ant crawls, snake slithers stretching neck, with hissing hood. Kacheguda to Yashwantpur express traversing through Guntakal, Hubli, Dharwad, Londa, Madgaon train performs disco dance till […]

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War a hearts ravage-14 (Long Poem) (Telugu Original “Yuddham oka Gunde Kotha” by Seela Subhadra Devi, English Translation by P. Jayalakshmi & Bhargavi Rao)

War a hearts ravage-14 English Translation: P. Jayalakshmi & Bhargavi Rao Telugu Original : “Yuddham oka Gunde Kotha” by Seela Subhadra Devi Now then, confront collapsing social situations and disintegrating family culture. How then let us think what can be done? Religions deluding man, blind faith turning whole nations to head-nodding herd of cattle, the […]

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YELLOWSTONE (Telugu Original “YELLOWSTONE” by Dr K.Geeta)

YELLOWSTONE -V.Vijaya Kumar Telugu Original-Dr K.Geeta You’re Seven Colored Raga Why were you known mere Yellowstone unknown! Where ever touched your body Surging flames from inner depths Bursting smokes and fumes Thrusting of boiling bubbles Where ever seen Ages of agony hidden inside Surging of seven shades of suffering passion Welled up in crystal clarity […]

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War a hearts ravage-13 (Long Poem) (Telugu Original “Yuddham oka Gunde Kotha” by Seela Subhadra Devi, English Translation by P. Jayalakshmi & Bhargavi Rao)

War a hearts ravage-13 English Translation: P. Jayalakshmi & Bhargavi Rao Telugu Original : “Yuddham oka Gunde Kotha” by Seela Subhadra Devi Mothers! Weave our sorrow, our anger, our nobility into three stranded weave– confluence of a river; come change its course in our direction! At least then, quickened fires quaffed, will calm. Lay out […]

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