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  1. Date: 11/27/2011 12:36:00 PM
    A thought provoking write here Dr Ram, much to consider" although some answers manifest are in the read..! it is worthy of more study..!

  1. Date: 3/23/2011 9:51:00 AM
    Great tribute to Shelley, Dr. Ram! A tragedy that Shelley, Byron and Keats all met early deaths! While reading your poem I grabbed Shelleys verses from my book shelve and read some! Thank you for your comment on my "Sunday in March". Have a great week!....Gert:)

  1. Date: 3/22/2011 11:43:00 AM
    Brilliant poem on Shelley's life, Cr. Ram. He was among the British Romantics that were on the curriculum when I was teaching high school. You told me some things about him that I didn't know. For example - that he forecasted his own drowning and was married before he met Mary. Indeed he was a rebel or he wouldn't have written about atheism, free love and other concepts that were unpopular in his time. But there was great beauty in his work. A perplexing man. Love, Carolyn

  1. Date: 3/22/2011 6:09:00 AM
    Very biographical!

  1. Date: 3/22/2011 5:44:00 AM
    Special tribute to another amazing poet Dr. Ram.. the luv poets I believe they referred to them in high school.. romantic poets.. as your lines tribute this gifted soul.. u constantly amaze me with your beautiful talent for words my friend.. luv..

  1. Date: 3/22/2011 5:26:00 AM
    Interesting... the life of poets i guess... the world often cares not to care of our cares. Necessity of Atheism... the benefits of our rebellion always to b banked by the future... Interesting Piece >hey Doc, check out the poem I wrote... inspired by You! its called 'At the End of Dr. Ram's Words'

  1. Date: 3/22/2011 5:13:00 AM
    Tragic life, Shelley's, and died so young, So Mozart, so Schumann, so Schubert, so so many other giants of the arts. Congrats on bringing this artist back to life. Love, Dave

  1. Date: 3/21/2011 9:52:00 PM
    A great tribute to this legend. So melancholy and yet very lovely.

  1. Date: 3/21/2011 8:27:00 PM
    Wonderful tribute to Percy Bysshe Shelley. His sonnet, "Ozymandias" was one of the first poems that really pulled at me when I was force-fed so much literature in school. Indeed, this young bard passed away much too soon.