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R.K.Singh

70 years old from India


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Your Sin-My Misery, My Guilt, My Shame

2015-03-19
I must congratulate you on the excellent last four lines of the poem. It's tribute to the woman's spirit everywhere. Great lines.

--R.K.Singh


Troubled Soul

2015-03-19
I read you after a long time. This poem is so inspiring that I read it twice. When your spiritual spirit is high, you can complete it. Otherwise, you edit it with some climactic line.


Pearls of Word 1

2011-01-26
I am glad your haiku are increasingly improving. Keep it up, dear Padhy.
R K


Hope

2010-07-26
The poem shows your deep anguish and sense of disappointment.
I too agree with you when you question how to look for hope in hopelessness.
R K


Red rain...

2010-03-05
A nice poem: 'my shadow caught a different train' is highly suggestive.
R K Singh


Laughter

2008-05-29
Hi, Zoya: I visit the site after a long break. Enjoyed reading this one.
Trust this finds you well.
R K


Broken Rod[Tanka]

2007-01-28
the tanka made me smile. i am also aware that you might like to revise it though the contrast between fishing rod and mallet wont let you retouch it.
R K


Sometimes I feel I am the Rain

2007-01-28
This is just to say I read the poem and enjoyed it.
R K


SHE HIDES

2007-01-28
Thanks Lourdes and Rik for appreciating my haiku. I am happy you liked the poem.
R K


Haiku for pampas grass

2007-01-18
A real gem.
R K


Stop the Words and Listen to the Look

2007-01-18
A good passionate feel of words and rhythm.
R K


Silk Soft Surrender by M.A.Meddings

2006-12-22
Yes, Mike: Love is indeed beautiful. And, the involving passion, which you call HELPLESS AND FREE, is a great imagery. I read the poem several times, feeling each word, deep within.
R K


liquid crystal tears

2006-10-29
Please don't get so sad, la tristesse. You seem to be in a reflective mood in most of your poems.
R K


Nirvana

2006-10-29
Yes, striving is right. you do reach higher, with striving, and relaxing to reflect, and strive again. That is the nirvana at the end.
A good poem, indeed
R K


protection

2006-10-29
So much has been said so well.
R K


MY CAT

2006-10-26
Wow. It's a lovely scene, empathetically captured in three lines.
R L


DEED RETURNS

2006-10-23
The last four lines of the poem are superb. It's a pure poem.


LAMENTS MY HEART

2006-10-23
You are a voice exploring the deep inside to discover yourself.
R K


MUSINGS

2006-10-23
Simply lovely. I sense in your verses here the voice and echo of Rabindra nath Tagore.
R K


LAMENTS MY HEART

2006-10-23
Your poem reflects a a true christian soul, with passion for humanity. God bless
R K


LAMENTS MY HEART

2006-10-23
Your poem reflects a a true christian soul, with passion for humanity. God bless
T K


Sweetest are the Songs...

2006-10-19
Hi, Zoya: the poem's rhythmic flow evokes a ghazal-like feeling. Excellent.


Don't call me hey

2006-10-18
Hi, zainab: I liked the irony of your Hey very much. The last line makes more sense.
R K


Dark Seductress

2006-08-22
You are simply superb here: reaching the soul through the body-- something I have always believed in.
R K


The mask

2006-08-22
It's haiku-like, but the last line reveals the poet's realisation.
Good.
R K


Insomnia

2006-07-12
Hi, you have expressed what I too have been suffering since a very long time.... But, is there no relief, even after sex?
R K


Jello Shots

2006-07-12
I enjoyed reading this very much.
R K


Alone

2006-07-12
An intense expression of loneliness, perhaps preparatory to good creativity? ... Fine
R K


I Love You In Your Bikini by M.A.Meddings

2006-06-05
Hi, Mike: This poem makes me smile. The sheer sensuousness of the poem interests me most.
R K


reflecting

2006-05-07
Hi Gautami, reading your 3-liners I get a feel that you can write much better haiku if you could avoid using adjectives that inspire or make you think/feel. Just try to create the images as observed in your inspired vision or experiences, and leave the rest for readers.
Hope, you don't mind my saying this.
R K


Solitary

2006-05-07
The image has a feel of sensuousness. Fine.
R K


Passing Through by M.A.Meddings

2006-05-03
I was just a stranger passing through ... Excellent, Mike.


Abyss

2006-05-02
Perhaps you could alter the last line a bit and say: "it is looking back":

Watching in silence
I stare into the abyss:
it is looking back.


a rose faded young

2006-05-01
I sense a maturity of voice in the poem's simplicity. Excellent
R K


CONSUMMATION

2006-04-27
I am sure, Rik's comments would help every reader finding difficulty with other's expressions. I fully agree with my poet friend.
R K


MAKING LOVE

2006-04-19
Thanks, Angie, Kathy and Mike for appreciating the haiku. Onyeka may not have a taste for haiku but let's assure our poet friend that whatever the form of poetry, the important thing is to enjoy the moments of sensory pleasure, like a beautiful natural sight,such as sunrise or sunset, being involved with friends, family, at work, in romance/sex/love, or hobbies, and using personal abilities/strengths in some meaningful way. Reading and writing a haiku is no way a MEANINGLESS exercise; it is essentially a spiritual act, feeling the spirit behind one's momentary experiences.
R K


PASSION AND PLEASURE

2006-04-18
It's passion in anticipation; love-longing in action. Good
R K


Victory

2006-04-18
The poem bespeaks your intense faith, love and hope: a true Chrisitian sensibility.


stillborn

2006-04-07
Another great poem.
R K


don`t read this poem

2006-04-07
If I read this poem...? I will fall in love with you.
A great poem.
R K


another bus

2006-04-07
It's ok. The last stanza conveys your feelings so well and yet so forcefully.
R K


danger

2006-03-17
Birds crouch in nests
along the snowclad path--
wheezing silence

I wrote it exactly 13 months ago.

R K


Women of True Love

2006-03-16
What you say about forbidden love or true love as adulterous sounds NATURAL. I remember to have read somewhere that Shelley also characterised SIN as beautiful-- beautiful like sin, he said in a context. If one views love as something NON-MORAL, or one is NON-MORAL in various relationships, one won't suffer the crises Emma, Tess, or Hester suffered.


Descending waves

2006-03-12
A good read, and a nice reflection on your experience.
R K


putting down my suitcase

2006-03-12
A lovely haiku, indeed. This one is a significant addition to haiku in English.
R K


Snow

2006-03-11
Perhaps you are fully drenched/covered with snows? A sprakling experience, indeed.
R K


Snow

2006-03-11
Perhaps you are fully drenched/cover with snows? A sprakling experience, indeed.
R K


Enchantment of the first kiss (Valentine Special)

2006-02-16
Well articulated is your feeling of love. Your spirit is untiring just as your spiritual base is solid: "The heart was mine, but the throbbing his". Excellent.
R K


Love Is Believable

2006-02-16
"i pray"; yea: it's right. a good poetic feel.
R K


CHRYSANTHEMUMs

2005-12-14
Thanks for your very poetic response to my haiku.
R K