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Long poem by Ifeanyi Bob Ekechukwu | Details |

woman-hood

A fragile but tough 
Creature,a woman,an 
Embodiment of glory and 
Honour wit heart deeper 
Than the deepest sea;ful 
Of mysteries.
The mother of all humans
A mystery herself that 
Emanates power and 
confidence-alas!the 
Egocentric man has for 
Centuries tried to strip 
Her of splendour.
She in the cage of 
Subjugation has patiently
Stayed,never 
complaining But a 
perfect planner.
See how docile that 
Woman looks:appearing 
With ironic smiles in 
Paintings,never revealing 
Her real thoughts.
Always flowing with the 
Tide,never knowing what 
Lies ahead-turned into a 
Beast of burden from the 
Pre-Roman times till date.
Used as a"pleasure doll," 
"a 
monument,"........            
"A parody" and the 
Medium of displaying 
Manhood by the male 
Folks.
There is no haven for her 
Nor her "unfortunate" 
Unborn children,not at 
Home or even the society.
This sleeping tigeress, 
When awakened,fights 
for Her rights more 
doggedly Than men.
When she starts her 
Battles,she ceases not till 
Victory or defeat is sure.
Once a man called Jason 
As told by Euripides the 
Great Gracian dramatist, 
Took the wife Media to 
Colchis and there he fell 
In love with another 
Daughter of King Aegstus
A ridicle on Media's pride.
Media fought back and 
Craftily gave her a 
Wedding present.Nay a 
Poisoned garment it was.
The bride wore it and fell 
Dead,the King died 
Trying to rescue her 
doomed Daughter.
Flushed with this 
Vegeance,Media slew her 
Children with Jason"I 
bore them,so I kill them."
Oh!woman lamented 
Jason,you are the most 
Wicked of all creatures
(He gune estin 
kakiste,toon 
Anthropoom).
Also joan of Arch stood 
Ground till death.
Like there were women of 
Note in mythology,so 
Were great women in 
Real life.
Women crisis time seem 
To manage better,hence 
British forces vanquished 
Falkland and Goldie Meir 
Of Israel did the Arabs 
Humiliate.
Here in my country, 
Outstanding women 
Abound.
Senator Chris 
Anyanwu,an erudite,a 
Law-giver,a fearless 
lioness who 
revolutionalised the 
Mentality and thinking of 
The youth thru 
establishment of organs 
Of awareness.
A visionary leader, 
Advocate for women 
Equality.Defender of the 
Weak,hand to the 
Handless,mother to the 
Motherless.
Still the people's 
Mouthpiece-i salute you!
Okonji Iwuala,Vice-
president of World-bank, 
Thru her experience 
Transformed and 
Stabilized the economy 
to Buoyance.
Dora Akunyere,as 
Graceful as a gazelle but 
Un-wavering like Everest.
A lady of excellence-
many Lives are saved 
thru your Meticulous 
efforts on the Eradication 
of fake drugs.
Women are the base and 
Pillars of every society 
And homes.
Lifeless would be the 
Earth without women.
For a woman's heart can 
Be broken but her spirit 
Remains immortalised in 
The minds of those to 
Come.


Long poem by Ifeanyi Bob Ekechukwu | Details |

Womanhood

Fragile but tough 
Creature,a woman,an 
Embodiment of glory and 
Honor with heart deeper 
Than deepest sea;full 
Of mysteries.
 Mother of all humans.
Mystery herself,emanates 
power and 
confidence-alas!the 
Egocentric man has 
Centuries tried to strip 
Her of splendor.
 She in the cage of 
Subjugation patiently
Stayed,never 
complaining But a 
perfect planner.
See how docile that 
Woman looks:With ironic 
smiles in paintings,never 
revealing her inner 
thoughts.
Always flowing with the 
Tide,not knowing what 
Lies ahead-turned into a 
Beast of burden from the 
Pre-Roman times till date.
Used as a"pleasure doll," 
"a 
monument,"........            
"A parody" and medium 
of displaying manhood 
by  male folks.
There is no haven for her 
Nor her"unfortunate" 
seeds,not at home or 
society.
  This sleeping tigeress, 
When awakened,fights 
for her rights doggedly 
than men.
When her battles start, 
she ceases not till 
Victory or defeat is sure.
  Once a man called 
Jason as told by Euripides 
a great Gracian 
dramatist, took the wife 
Media to 
Colchis and there he fell 
In love with another 
daughter of King Aegstus 
a ridicle on Media's pride.
Media fought back and 
Craftily gave wedding 
present. Nay a 
Poisoned garment it was.
The bride wore it and fell 
Dead,the King kicked the 
bucket trying to rescue 
her doomed daughter.
Flushed with this 
Vegeance, Media slew her 
children with Jason"I 
bore them,so I kill them."
Oh!woman lamented 
Jason,you are the most 
wicked of all creatures
(He gune estin 
kakiste,toon 
Anthropoom).
   Also joan of Arch stood 
Ground till death.
Like there were women of 
note in mythology,so 
were great women in 
Real life.
  Women crisis time seem 
to manage better,hence 
British forces vanquished 
Falkland and Goldie Meir 
Of Israel did the Arabs 
Humiliate.
   Here in my country, 
Outstanding women 
abound:Senator Chris 
Anyanwu,an erudite,a 
Law-giver,a fearless 
lioness who 
revolutionalised the 
Mentality and thinking of 
The youth thru 
establishment of organs 
Of awareness.
A visionary leader, 
Advocate for women 
Equality. Defender of the 
Weak,hand to the 
Handless,mother to the 
Motherless.
Still the people's 
Mouthpiece-i salute you!
  Okonji Iwuala,Vice-
president of World-bank, 
Thru her experience 
Transformed and 
Stabilized the economy 
to Buoyance.
  Dora Akunyere,as 
Graceful as a gazelle but 
Un-wavering like Everest.
A lady of excellence-
many Lives are saved 
thru your Meticulous 
efforts on the Eradication 
of fake drugs.
  Women are the base 
and pillars of every 
society and homes.
  Lifeless would Earth be 
without women.
  For a woman's heart 
can be broken but her 
spirit remains 
immortalised in the 
minds of those to 
Come.


Long poem by Tay Reid | Details |

The Definition Of A Real Woman

(W)- A real woman knows that the wages of sin is death so she is not concerned about the wages of a real man, because money comes and goes like day and night; but true love comes just every blue moon. A real woman isn't loud and doesn't have to be the center of attention. Money is a gold-diggers virtue, while patience is a real woman’s virtue. A real woman is always wary of the image she displays to the world because she knows her children are watching her every move. A real woman’s wisdom comes from the teachings of her elders and the experiences and hardships life brings. A real woman is the wings that help a broken man learn to fly again. When you become the object of a real woman’s affection, winning is the only option.

(O)- A real woman’s main obligation is to better herself, before she attempts to become someone’s better half. A real woman is very obliged with all that God has blessed her with. When a man takes a real woman for granted, she makes up her mind to put him away into oblivion. A real woman is use to jumping hurdles because overcoming obstacles in life keeps her on the right track. A real woman doesn't spend her time worrying if failure is around the corner, because she occupies her freedom chasing her dreams in her most comfortable running shoes. A real woman is a hopeless romantic ready to be wooed with an odyssey of love with a real man by her side.

(M)- A real woman’s presence is magnanimous and captures attention because of the poised and elegant stature of her classy nature. A real woman is like the magnet of ecstasy. All women don't attend college or hold prestigious employment, but for many being the Valedictorian of mothers everywhere is the major of their lives. A real woman respects the art of marriage and believes in monogamy. A real woman’s life is the motion picture of sophistication. The mythology of a woman began within a man’s ribs and ends in the beat of his heart.

(A)- A real woman sticks to her man like glue and never abandons his side. A real woman has the ability to do anything a man can. A real woman has the power to fill the abyss of a man’s pains with joy. A real woman prays with her other half because faith is the key of remaining on one accord. A real woman will amaze you with the way she adapts to changes in her ambiance. A real woman is the architect of her own destiny.

(N) A real woman needs a man to understand and love her for everything she is and for everything she is not because a good support system is a leading factor in longevity within relationships. A real woman is the nexus between love and happiness. When you converse with a real woman you will realize that she is nimble with her every response. No man can ignore the nymph of a real woman, because it is in her D.N.A to be notable.



Long poem by Leon Enriquez | Details |

ENDYMION

Mythology Revealed:
Endymion was a mortal man, perhaps a shepherd, 
who had a countenance of sheer beauty. He was fond 
of the mystic moon and her aura of light. This was a 
love affair between a mortal and a goddess. In turn, the
moon goddess Selene fell in love with this mortal, and
asked the all-father god Zeus to preserve his beauty. 
Endymion was put to an eternal sleep to preserve his 
beauty forever. Each night Selene would come to him to
marvel and delight at the splendour of his beauty.
The famous poet John Keats wrote: "A thing of 
beauty is a joy forever..." in his poem of the same
name. To this day, the myth of Endymion lingers
in the collective consciousness of humanity in
various interpretations of many cultures beyond
the shores of Greek mythology.

----------------------------------



Dear luna moon with your fine light,
My pulse now swoons as my eyes sight
Your lovely noon in mystic flight.


Dark is the night when I retire
With your fond sight that does inspire
An inner flight that love conspires.


A humble soul, this simple man,
Endymion's whole, spellbound sure span
In rapture's hold, in lovelorn trend.


And in return, Selene cast light
With sure concern to mark him right;
Zeus did discern to bless this plight.


A godly plan to grant wishing:
A mortal man in sure love's fling;
A sleeping grand as all time sings.


So for all time, Endymion sleeps
Bathed in light chimes with beauty deep;
Selene's fond rhymes, blossoms now seep.


Lovely love sleeps in brilliant light,
Deeper than deep immortal sight;
No need to weep for splendour's flight.


Ancient myth glows in glimpses bold;
The tale we know of choice that holds:
Zeus set the show in wonder's fold.


Oh mystic sleep, oh lovely light;
Beauty so deep, loving so right;
Fondness now peeps through starry night.


Fond lovers greet each fateful eve,
Eye to eye meet in timeless brief,
Love's endless street beyond all grief.


Start with mortal to greet love's light;
Glimpse immortal Olympian sights;
Love so vital as wonder bright.


Dear maiden moon and man lover,
In glorious swoon in makeover,
At midnight noon, now forever.


Oh luna rays that shine grand glow
Upon our stay of mortal flow,
Bless our fond play with lovely show.


See warm moonbeams in crystal stay,
Let light works stream with rainbow rays,
To fit our dreams with grandeur's sway.


Dark is the night when stars don't shine;
Still moon delights both yours and mine,
Luna insights hurl muse divine.


Deep darkness falls upon this earth;
We grope with gall since weary birth;
Yet beauty stalls our deathless mirth!


Leon Enriquez
16 Apr 2014
Singapore


(Dedication: For Louise Holley, and Amy Green.)


Long poem by Ravindra K Kapoor | Details |

Vasava An untold story 1/Many

Vasava
An untold story 


The story as Vasavadutta originally conceived and written by my late father Dr.Amar Nath 
Kapoor*  in Hindi many many years back, but Accidentally the major portion of his hand 
written manuscript got lost with many of his other hand written manuscripts during his 
lifetime itself. He had a deep attachment for this unique story belonging to the period of 
Guam Buddha 559 BC. 
Since I had heard him reciting this story when the manuscript was present I am trying to 
rewrite this unique story, as was wished by my late father. Hope my poetry soup friends 
would find it a unique story portraying a beautiful character of a dancer Vasavadutta or 
Vasava, who was an embodiment of beauty. Her life changed completely when she came to 
see Gautama Buddha.

I am rewriting his idea and story in English and hope to have your both types of comments 
as you find and feel, as it is always precious for me.

Vasava
An untold story 						Part 01/Many


She was a woman of splendid and unparallel beauty
Lavishly bestowed and blessed on her by Nature
Her intoxicating and lovely youth,  had sparked  
Her beauty and enchanting ness far and wide on Earth

On the beauty of her face and hanging hair locks
Many and mighty had sacrificed and burnt like moths
To see only a glimpse of her dance and to hear her voice
Many lost their entire wealth, only to enjoy her dance

Brahma* had labored hard, while shaping her beauty
Her enchanting eyes use to glitter, like beautiful sapphires
Which were studded in the golden cups of her lovely eyes
Attracting everyone, who came in the closeness of her eyes

During her dance performances, her eyes use to sprinkle 
A passionate intoxicating wine, to charm the audience
Her spectators never appears to stop drinking that wine
To get completely lost themselves in the charms of her dance


Ravindra

Kanpur India 01st March    2010	                  Part 01/Many

References and Hindi word used.

* Brahma   The Creator of the entire Universe as per Hindu  
   Mythology.

* Dr. Amar Nath Kapoor  My late father who was also a freedom      
   fighter who joined national freedom movements of Mahatma  
   Gandhi in 1920 but left active politics after India’s 
   independence in 1947 and devoted rest of his life till 1994 in 
   writing mass literature on Indian mythology, dramas , Poetry 
   and etc and wrote more than hundred manuscripts

*Kama  means wish, desire or longing, especially as in sensual 
    love or sexuality  ( Deo)  Hindu god inducing lusty 
    desires


Long poem by Ravindra K Kapoor | Details |

When the Earth was in danger 3

When the Earth was in danger     3/8
Prelude   (For Prelude please see part 2)

Then the most beautiful Urvashi* was called, from the heavenly court of Indira*,
To perform a unique dance, before Lord Shiva* who was lost in his Tandava Nritya*,
To calm the heat of his temper, which was burning like lava with in his chest  and
Which was trying to come out, through his dance of destruction to engulf the Earth. 10

Apsara Urvashi* started that day, 
Her unrestrained performance of a beautiful matchless dance, 
So that the inhabitants of this Earth, 
Could be saved from the lava like fire of Tandava* at any cost,
Even the Goddess of the seasons, 
Had spreads its intoxicating wine that day, to make Urvashi’s dance more enchanting.

The season of spring Basant*  had made it more blooming  &  intoxicating,
In every new step, Urvashi was breathing,
All that was only to distract,  the attention of Lord Shiva from his Tandava.11


Urvashi* was freely performing that day,  
Her life’s best and the most elegant dance,
Being an incarnation of beauty she knew, 
It was the last chance to save the Earth, 
From the cosmic fire of Shiva’s Trinetra* or else 
The whole earth will get burnt  with the flow of heated lava, 
Which was generating within His third eye Trinetra*12

To make her dance more appealing and effective, the season of Spring* 
Had defused  the air and atmosphere, with a fragrance and beauty unparallel,
Even the Goddess of Nature the Earth too,  was flowing a unique melody in the air,
The effects of these powerful wines were more intoxicating than the Sura* of heaven,*13

They all including the Gods and Goddesses, at that time were only praying with a wish,
That the beauty of Urvashi and her enchanting dance, with the intoxicating effect of,
Nature’s fragrance and melody flowing in the air, might divert Shiva’s mind and heart,14 

Ravindra
Kanpur India 19th Feb 2011               to conti. in 4

Clarifications
*Tandava Nritya* means Dance of destruction
Trinetra*  means The Third Eye of Lord Shiva or which exists in the center of our forehead
Apsara*   Apsaras are beautiful, supernatural women. They are youthful and elegant &
proficient in the art of dancing.
Urvashi*  was one of the most beautiful Apsara of the court of Lord Indira of heaven, as per Hindu mythology  
Lord Indira*  .   Is the  King of Kings. A warrior par excellence. Ruler of the heavens
Dispenser of rain
Basant* is Hindi Sanskrit word for the season of Spring.
Dahra*Hindi word  means earth.
Sura*  The Nectar like wine of heaven




Long poem by Ravindra K Kapoor | Details |

The Boatmans Song 1/ Many

1/ To be continued in many parts

It was a different era and it’s a different story
Of a boatman and his enchanting melodies 
An Apsara* falling in love with that boatman 
But the boatman having a different love story  

The boatman used to carry simple villagers 
From one bank of the river, to its other bank everyday
While moving his boat on the river  
He used to sing those heart touching stories 

His voice in itself was a melody 
Bestowed on him by the Goddess Saraswati*
And his love songs were the songs of true love stories
Sung by the boatman, in full throated ease and beauty
While oaring his boat in the river side stream
Flowing between a Jungle, on one bank side of the river
And long sand dunes spreading  
All over the other non ending side of the river Ganges

Charmed by boatman’s voice and songs
And charmed by the beauty of the enchanting Jungles* 
Spread all along the one side bank of the calmly flowing river Ganges
His passengers used to get lost in the melodies of his songs
So long as his boat was moving from the sand bank of the river stream 
To its Jungle end every time the boatman carries some passengers

One day the echoes of his melodies crossed 
The airy levels of earth and started flowing
Like a soothing cool breeze, even in heaven
And charmed all the heavenly bodies in the court of Indra*
He listened them almost spellbound and became enchanted 
By the echoes of those unheard melodies of the boatman

Urveshi* who was a crown beauty among the Apsaras* of Indra* 
And was much more than, beautiful and charming
Among all the Apsaras of heaven, found her lost in hearing
The echoes of those love songs sung by the boatman 

Urvasi found one day after hearing those echoes 
That she was in love with them and became restless 
To hear the real songs of the boatman, while sitting before him
In his boat in the river Ganges on earth 

Urveshi asked the Lord of Heaven Indra*
If she can go to earth to hear the songs of the boatman
As the echoes of his songs had made her restless beyond imagination
She found that even she can not enjoy the heavenly pleasures
Till she quenches her thirst of listening the melodies 
Of that boatman, he was singing on earth


Ravindra
	
Kanpur India 4th January 2010

* Apsara=   A Nymph dancer of heaven in the court of Indra as per Hindu Mythology 
* Indra=   The Lord of Heaven as per Hindu mythology
* Urveshi=   One of the most beautiful Apsaras (nymph) of Indra 
* Saraswati = Goddess of knowledge, music & arts as per Hindu mythology
* Jungle =  Forest


Long poem by Ravindra K Kapoor | Details |

The Boatman's Song 7/ Many

The Boatman’s Song                       7/Many

Inner Conflict of Urveshi

While her mind was cautioning her to retain
The comforts and luxuries of heaven
And not to go to earth, which can take form her
The blessings to live in heaven
Her heart again tried to murmur in her mind
Was she really happy? In the heaven sublime
Was not she tired of living in comforts and 
Was not she fed-up with the non ending joys?

What was this life without anything to sacrifice
Without the joys of pains and pleasures after sufferings
Where everyone meets, but no one departs
Where everyone sings, but no heart rejoice
Where everything is gained, without ever any loss
Where seasons remain same, without any change
And never the heart moves, to sing a sad song
Where no Koyal* sings, its melodies in spring
Where no flower fades and always remains the same
Where no one feels tired and no one ever retires
Where no one fails and no one wins

Urveshi’s mind felt fed-up with these never ending comforts
Her heart exclaimed in utmost uneasiness and pain
Even these non ending comforts are useless 
Without love, loss and gain 

Urveshi’s decision

She made-up her mind to at least go to earth
To listen the songs of the boatman first 
Songs of the boatman, for which she has fought
So much so, with her mind and heart 

Lord Indra’s reaction

When Indra came to know
The decision of the heart of Urveshi
He was stunned for a moment
As the decision was beyond his imagination
His mind could not conceive 
That someone can think like this
And can take such a dooming decision
It was beyond his mind and imagination 
That Urveshi can decide to leave the heaven
Which is her most prideful possession
And a place for which every one prays
And waits and waits to find such an abode of 
Their hearts longings and wishes

Indra knew that without Urveshi
Even the heaven would loose its luster and shine
As its prime beauty would no longer be inspiring to smile
Or would no longer be dancing 
To enjoy the songs of Urveshi

Urveshi’s Visit to Earth 

While on way to the earth from heaven
Urveshi was still thinking and trying to find a way
How to go close to that boatman’s voice
Whose song echoes had already 
Captured her mind and heart so tightly

Ravindra				to continue….
Kanpur   India 10th January 2010  
* Apsara (A Nymph dancer of heaven as per Hindu Mythology
* Indra (The Lord of Heaven as per Hindu mythology
* Urveshi (One of the beloved Apsaras of Indra 
* Tarang  (A name
*Koyal ( A singing bird of India like Nightingale


Long poem by Ravindra K Kapoor | Details |

The Boatman's Song 8/ Many

The Boatman’s Song 8/Many

Urveshi finding no way out 
Remembered her nymph friend Tarang*
She knew that Tarang can help her to find a way
To go close to that boatman, whom she has started loving so much
For hearing those heart touching melodies 
Which had changed her life like a magic in heaven

The moment Urveshi remembered her friend Tarang*
The airy Tarang* heard her hearts voice and 
Immediately came near her friend Urveshi
She murmured in her ears,
“O Yes, my darling crown princess of heaven,
I am here with you to help you, O immortal beauty divine,
Whose glance only can kill even the bravest of brave kings,
In heaven or on earth, even without a drop of Hemlock wine

The moment Urveshi heard the voice of her nymph friend Tarang*
Smile returned on her face with a blush, which brightens the 
Beauty of a woman, irrespective whether she is on earth or in heaven
Urveshi briefed her friend Tarang* 
About the longings of her heart for the boatman and his songs
And told her that, she finds no pleasure now in heaven
Ever since she has heard the echoes of the boatman’s songs

Nymph Tarang after listening the story of Urveshi
Told her to wait there only, till she returns after seeing the boatman

Invisible Tarang took leave from Urveshi 
And vanished from their on her wings 
To see and meet the boatman on earth
Tarang using her extraordinary powers
Located the boatman’s boat,  near the bank of river Ganges
She came near the boat, where the boatman was waiting
Looking at the sand dunes, as if he was waiting for something
His face was grim and his eyes were trying to find someone

Tarang got charmed by seeing this wonderful & handsome Youngman
Although till then, she had not heard even a word of his voice
About which her friend got so much enchanted and charmed
That she even left her permanent dwelling place like heaven, 
To see him and to hear his songs, on a place like earth

Tarang decided to wait till the boatman moves his boat
So that she may gets a chance to hear those wonderful enchanting
The thing which was left, was reading the boatman’s mind 
For which Tarang decided to wait for a while 

Ravindra                                                          to continue

Kanpur   India 11th January 2010  
* Apsara (A Nymph dancer of heaven as per Hindu Mythology
* Indra (The Lord of Heaven as per Hindu mythology
* Urveshi (One of the beloved Apsaras of Indra 
* Tarang (A name of the nymph) Tarang is a Hindi word means waves both 
    Visible or invisible like sound waves


Long poem by Ravindra K Kapoor | Details |

The Boatman's Song 10/ Many

The boatman’s Song				10/Many

The beauty of that black horse got doubled
With the glittering beauty of the princess on the horse 
Who was elegantly riding that black horse beauty 
While coming towards the boatman with a speed 
He had never seen earlier, when a lady was on a horse 

Her shining long black hairs and few locks on her face, were
Blending with the ravishing beauty of her charming face
Which even the sunbeams were trying to penetrate
To kiss her rosy lips and her glowing lovely face
And with each gush of morning beams
A blush came on her lovely face
On which hundreds and thousands can live and die
And can wait for a whole life to see that face

Her body was glittering like a gem
Because of her teenage and beauty excelling her age
And her youth over sprouting from her bosoms
From her princes sly top and riding trousers
She was dazzling the eyes of the boatman
As there was no one else 
Who could dare to behold her beauty and grandeur
Which was par excellent, any where on earth

She stepped down from the horse back 
With a beautiful sharp jump on the sand
And stood beside the heavenly beautiful horse
She saw the boatman was standing near his boat
And was singing a melody unaware of her gaze

The moment the princess heard that voice
Her heart jumped from her chest
Which had just calmed from thrills
As she had stepped by jumping from the horseback
And her body had calmed only few seconds back

Enchanted and allured by the beauty and heaviness of voice
And totally stunned to see his manliness, so warrior like tight
She forgets her princes sly pride and got lost in adoring
His song and his enchanting voice
Coming from the depths of that singers heart
Suddenly she found herself standing before the boatman
Lost in his heart capturing eyes

There was no one else except these two
And the boatman could not believe
Whether it was a dream or a reality come true
He too was lost in the charms of her eyes
And even forgot to finish the song he was singing
And felt only that someone was penetrating 
In his heart and mind, deep some where very deep


Ravindra				              to continue….
Kanpur   India 12th January 2010  

* Apsara (A Nymph dancer of heaven as per Hindu Mythology
* Indra (The Lord of Heaven as per Hindu mythology
* Urveshi (One of the beloved Apsaras of Indra 
* Tarang (A name of the nymph) Tarang is a Hindi word means waves both 
    Visible or invisible like sound waves
* Saraswati (Goddess of knowledge, music & arts as per Hindu mythology)


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