Wednesday, February 1, 2023

That Song – Perugu Ramakrishna, Andhra Pradesh

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A Tax officer by profession but Poetry is priority passion. Born in Nellore . Got 9 books to credit which includes two Short story Anthologies edited. Recently “Flamingo and other poems”English collection  published by Monfakira, Kolkotta. Recipient of Andhra pradesh State Government Visista Kavi Puraskaram from CM Dr.YSR-2008. Besides several others. Poetry widely translated and published in several e-journals, websites like museindia.com, kritya.org, poemhunter.com, poetfreak.com, poetsinternational.com, allpoetry.com, enchanting verses international.org, and in printed boks titled Poesy of Posy, Indian Literature of sahithya Akademi, Beyond Borders of FOSWAL, World anthologies of Poets International,Russeling Breeze, Haiku published in Japan’s journal “Ginyu” , Romania’s “Allbotros” and several others. Recently attended World Congress of Poets-2011 at Larissa, Greece and awarded Exellency of Poetry Award. Poetry translated in to Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Bengali, Hindi.

That Song…

On ocean blues
straining the heart muscles
written was that song
jana gana mana

the thuds of falling corpses
when synchronized
with the tunes of aeolian harp
played by the cruel Lord of Death
written was that song
jana gana mana

when from the other shores of the Sindhu
to the Southern shores of the Kaveri
the waves flowed with rippling sounds
of unfailing harmony
written was that song
jana gana mana

that song makes me ecstatic
those unyielding tones of land
bring me back, palm-fulls
of those moment slided into
the time’s swirling currents
jana gana mana

let me adorn my Nation with that precious crown
let me abulate my people with that nectar
and let me sing aloud that anthem
on the heart of the world
to bring back the lost peace and harmony
jana gana mana…!

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Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.

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