Thursday, July 19, 2007

The Viking Goddess of my Dreams

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The Viking Goddess
Is asleep I pray
Sensuously silken spread
Over her voluptuous body going astray
Voluminous voraciously vivacious
Alas her feet made of clay
Heaving humanly breathing bosom
Her blonde tresses trespassing her way
“Verdad! Bastante! Esta hombre intelligence Verde!
Donde es senorita hablas?”

Her anger her outburst
That comes in my way
For crimes that online
Obeying her tantrums I pay
Thinking of her my thoughts
On display ..
Through this early morning
Poetic bouquet
Her father remembered
On fathers day
Lady Lambeth
Will just toss it away
Falling in love
Reaction replay
a blonde goddess
may not sound cliché

The Sky Mother.
The Goddess of sexual and motherly Love.
The Goddess of Understanding.
Mardoll (Sea Goddess).
The Goddess of Seidr (female shamanism) and magic.
The Goddess of Contraception.
The Hostess with the Mostest.
The liberated woman
Symbol -
•The Necklace of Sensuality.
•A chariot pulled by cats.
•A feather coat

Bushwhacked Bushism

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The Bush Quote Generator is currently experiencing server issues. We apologise for the inconvenience.

the bush quote generator
has a an unupset stomach ache
political orgasms
that his lordship has to fake
bushism is neo-sufism
leaving behind the body
with mindlessness
of a vacuous mind partake
wisdom that rises from
a semantic mistake
masturbative metamorphosis
metaphoric hand shake
weapons of mass destruction
hidden in an artificial lake
within a presidential mind
when he is not awake
dont give just take
another country to invade
after the teabreak
the story of a mongoose
falling in love with the snake

"As a man is, so he sees. As the eye is formed, such are its powers. "
says William Blake

Jayanta Mahapatra

Jayanta Mahapatra
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jayanta Mahapatra is one of the best known Indian English poets. He also writes in Oriya. Mahapatra was born in 1928 in Cuttack, the city where he spent most of his lifetime. All his working life, he taught physics at Ravenshaw College, Cuttack.

Mahapatra has authored 16 books of poems. His poetry volumes include Relationship, Bare Face and Shadow Space. Mahapatra is a Sahitya Akademi awardee, and also a recipient of the Jacob Glatstein award conferred by Poetry magazine, Chicago. Besides poetry, he has experimented widely with myriad forms of prose. His lone published book of prose remains Green Gardener, an anthology of short stories. Mahapatra is also a distinguished editor and brings out a literary magazine, Chandrabhaga (, from Cuttack. The last issue of Chandrabhaga (named after the river Chandrabhaga) will be released in November-December 2006.

By all standards, Mahapatra's tryst with the muse came rather late in life. He took to writing poetry when he was into his 40s. The publication of his first book of poems, Svayamvara and Other Poems, in 1971 was followed by the publication of Close The Sky Ten By Ten. One of Mahapatra's better remembered works is the long poem Relationship, for which he won the Sahitya Akademi award in 1981. He is the first Indian English Poet to bag the honour.

Besides being one of the most popular Indian poets of his generation, Mahapatra was also part of the trio of poets who laid the foundations of Indian English Poetry. He shared a special bond with A. K. Ramanujan, one the finest poets in the IEP tradition. Mahapatra is also different in not being a product of the Bombay school of poets. Over time, he has managed to carve a quiet, tranquail poetic voice of his own--distinctly different from those of his contemporaries. His wordy lyricism combined with authentic Indian themes put him in a league of his own.

In a way, Jayanta Mahapatra is not just an Indian English Poet. He is a school of poetry that has inspired many younger generation

I have not read him ever
but a new friend this old friend rever
his poetic achievements
Bare Face
Shadow Spaced
A Rain of Rites
will remain forever
a Fathers Hours
a son to savour
Life Signs failing
health however
waiting for
the woman more loved
a blonde but not a bimbo
cerebral cleavage
far too clever
some knots
untied do not sever

A Shia Child Carries Hussain In His Eyes

he is a child but an adult in disguise

a shia child carries hussain in his eyes

yes his innocence his paradise

beneath his feet he tramples

yazidi lies ..

tears for fatima

from within he cries

he is a giant allbeit his puny size

Tears For Fatima We Became

allah ho akbar
before him his father before his father
his father did the same
scourging bleeding leading
a burning flame
ghame hussain
eulogised to acclaim
greater glory and fame
yes shah ast hussain
we do proclaim
from the sands of karbala we reclaim
they who killed him
others blame
no it was not a christian not a jew not a hindu
what a shame ..
but a so called Caliph of Ummayad ill fame
Islam he with one single blow did defame
evil of matrix power politics and evil game
that was their only aim
to destroy Islam
within the larger frame
badshah ast hussain
deen panah ast hussain
he overcame
Sar dad, na dad dast, dar dast-e-yazeed,
all the same
Haqqe Bina lailaha ast Hussain
Khawajah Ajmeri did exclaim
Hussains Heritage
We rename
As Shias ..Tears For
Maksade Fatima
We Became

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