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Farmers’ Suicide — Might be, I’m Wrong

Farmer. One man Army or would you like to give some other name to this man. Let me introduce him. He is the one who grows cereals for us. He is the one who is behind the food that we eat every day, three times or even more. He is behind every tinniest particle […]

via Farmers’ Suicide — Might be, I’m Wrong

When beloved people go far

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Importance of a beloved people,
Shrink to a cell when we are near,
While we unveil the significance,
They fly afar,
Life brings up surprises,
We find new friends in life again.

Who wrote this letter

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He wrote in her heart,
He posted in air,
She received in dreams,
She read in darkness,
Written that love is,
Filled up with pain,
That haunts as twilight.

Beneath the bruise

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She is hiding the pain,
Beneath the bruise in heart,
Not longing for his love,
But the memories he left,
Abandoned as an orphan,
And left her in middle of jungle,
Her smiles are fake in real.

Siddhar – Pattinaththaar – 17

Old Tamil Poetry

Life’s false, death is real; so don’t wish
anyone harm, my heart! – while we think
our paunch is ours, dogs,foxes, ghouls and vultures
wait thinking it’s theirs.

இருப்பதுபொய் போவதுமெய் என்றெண்ணி நெஞ்சே
ஒருத்தருக்கும் தீங்கினை உன்னாதே – பருத்ததொந்தி
நம்மதென்று நாமிருப்ப நாய்நரிகள் பேய்கழுகு
தம்மதென்று தாமிருக்கும் தான் !

“Life in this world is false, death is the only constant. Keep this in mind my hear and do not think of harming others. Because we think our paunch is ours. But the dogs, foxes, ghouls and vultures in the graveyard wait for us thinking that it is to be food for them after we die.”

Pattinathaar was one of the prominent Siddhars (ascetic rebels) in Tamil nadu. There have been atleast 3 people named Pattinathaar, living in 10th, 14th and 17th centuries. This poem is thought to have been written by the second one, from 14th Century. I have not been able to conclusively…

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