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ധന്യാദാസ്. said...

kavitha nerittu ketta feel.. super.. ishtayi...

പി എ അനിഷ്, എളനാട് said...

ആഹാ
നല്ലൊരു കവിതയാണല്ലോ
നന്നായല്ലോ

Ranjith chemmad said...

'ഘര്‍' എന്ന കൂര്‍ക്കഭാഷ!!!
നല്ല വായന!

ഇ.എ.സജിം തട്ടത്തുമല said...

നന്നായിട്ടുണ്ട്!

പുതു കവിത said...

ഉഗ്രൻ.....

rahman kidangayam said...

nalla kavitha.

അനസ് മാള said...

അടങ്ങിക്കിടന്നിട്ട് കാര്യമില്ല, അടുത്ത 'ഘര്‍' ശബ്ദം അടിത്തറ ഇളക്കുന്നതിന്റെയായിരിക്കും... ആശംസകള്‍!

സോണ ജി said...

nannayi...masheeeeeeeeeeee

എം.പി.ഹാഷിം said...

garrrrrrr

Shibu Shanmughom said...

Till the ‘out break’ of JCB, the poem was interesting. But all of a sudden, it derailed into the routine. Obviously, that ‘concrete’ JCB immediately destructs all the ‘goodness’, which previously achieved. Unfortunately, that comical (rather than tragical) turnaround comes when the poetry is about to be readying itself for a freak detour of its own into ‘nowhere’. This is the presentiment or problematic of our poetical justice, precariously set in the politics of ‘commitment and ethics’; a potential (poetical) threat to poetry itself.
You are ‘too much serious’ in poetry, and since somewhat ‘rigid and purist’ in stature, wields the scepter of the paternal symbolic order. The problem is the excess of the symbolic authority over immediate reality; it is the ‘excess on the fantasmatic obscenity of the Real’ (Zizek). There was many gestures and too little gist, more poetics than poetry. Don’t constricts poetry too much, recapture the ‘entertainment’ element, the primordial ‘rasams’ (‘nava’ or more?) of poetics.
Sorry for my inept English, I am somewhat lazily ignorant about Malayalam typing.
-Shibu Shanmughom

Aardran said...

നല്ല അനുഭവം

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