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Poems by Raj Napal

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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
11/01/2016 It's not what I was 222 Rhyme
07/02/2016 A Fruity and Nutty Look 346 Rhyme
06/10/2016 The First Game 395 Rhyme
06/08/2016 No Crime 234 Rhyme
05/31/2016 Times of dreams and Madness 299 Rhyme
05/28/2016 A Plain Stone 199 Free verse
05/22/2016 The Movie 402 Free verse
05/10/2016 The Last Supper 417 Free verse
05/06/2016 Metal Legs and Wooden Face 583 Rhyme
04/28/2016 Past tense Chums 272 Rhyme
04/16/2016 Fish and Chips 732 Rhyme
04/16/2016 The Hermit 315 Free verse
04/09/2016 Orange 1092 Couplet
04/09/2016 Peach 732 Couplet
04/08/2016 A Dream of our Love 296 Free verse
04/08/2016 Catching the Rain 345 Free verse
04/02/2016 Better Be 503 Free verse
04/02/2016 A Touch of Sea 260 Rhyme
03/31/2016 Apple 902 Free verse
03/31/2016 Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding 970 Rhyme
03/29/2016 iPad 1126 Rhyme
03/29/2016 Love without Hope, a Parted Petal 247 Rhyme
03/27/2016 Courtesy and Respect 1159 Rhyme
03/27/2016 His Kingdom 373 Free verse
03/26/2016 I Will Fly 424 Free verse
03/26/2016 The Seeds of our Ancestors 342 Free verse
03/24/2016 God's Silence 304 Free verse
03/24/2016 The Life of a Beggar 308 Rhyme
03/22/2016 Magic and Miracles 541 Free verse
03/21/2016 Spiritual Memories of Mother 200 Free verse
03/16/2016 A Torn World 859 Free verse
03/16/2016 Man Bun 669 Rhyme
03/15/2016 A Strand of Love 254 Free verse
03/14/2016 Caress of the Sea 326 Rhyme
03/14/2016 A Sense of Balance 592 Rhyme
03/13/2016 The War that Was 322 Free verse
03/09/2016 The Pied Piper 307 Monorhyme
03/08/2016 I Won't Obey Laws that Condemn Man 721 Rhyme
03/08/2016 Making the Bed 390 Free verse



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Raj Napal was born in Port-Louis, Mauritius. He emigrated to Britain with his parents and siblings when he was eight years old. He was brought up in Cardiff in South Wales.  Poetry was instilled in him while he lived in Wales.

He obtained a law degree from Leeds University in Yorkshire and was a criminal defense barrister in London in the 80s and 90s. In 1995, he came to Ontario, Canada with his then spouse where he continued to practice law.

In 2010, he commenced writing, but at that time, it was mostly poetry. In the last two years, his imagination took him into the strange world of the supernatural, horror and terror. He finds short stories particularly fascinating and “Dance with Terror’ is part of a collection of stories in that intriguing genre. (Kindle and amazon.com) Most of them were written in the last two years.

He continues to write poetry. He has self-published two books of poems, ‘Salt and Sugar’ and ‘Food and Fruit’ and hopes to compile a book of spiritual poems soon. He has also ventured into the field of crime-thriller serializations and supernatural adventures. Some are nearly finished and others are ongoing projects.

He has two children, Joshua, and Helena. They share and support his passion for reading and writing. 

He hopes the readers on poetry soup will find his poems stimulating, amusing and philosophically/spiritually provoking. Feedback from the readers would be greatly appreciated.

You can visit his own writing website at http://rajnapalpoetry.com

Visit the amazon.com site below to view the books he has written: