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Indian Poetry (Illustrated) By Sir Edwin Arnold
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"The Indian Songs of Songs," from the Sanskrit of the Gita Govinda of Jayadeva two books from “The Iliad of India” (Mahabharata) “Proverbial Wisdom” from the Shlokas... More > of the Hitopadesa, and other oriental poems.< Less
An Indian Inkwell By Marcel Dante
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This is a book of my words. Some are recent. some are old. This poetry flowed with the course of life. In this book are poems and short stories. I hope you enjoy. There will be more that follows.
An Indian Inkwell By Marcel Dante
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This is a book of my words. Some are recent. some are old. This poetry flowed with the course of life. In this book are poems and short stories. I hope you enjoy. There will be more that follows.
INDIAN SCENES By TIM KITCHEN
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Poetry written in India by a soldier in World War Two and also poems written in peace time after he returned home to normal family life.
Indian(a) Summer By Jen Selinsky
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"Indian(a) Summer" is a book of poems which was written during the fall of 2011. It is a play on the words, indicating the season sometimes known as "Indian summer" and the... More > author's state of residence.< Less
Poems of a Budapest Indian By Elias Sassoon
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Poems of all sorts begun over forty years ago in another century, in another country but on the same continent. Poems, word associations that are supposed to associate the physical and mental with... More > the act of living in a world that is in a solar system that is part of a universe that we can never imagine. Poems, what types? Love poems with creamy insides, poems of longing with caramel outsiders; poems of regret basted in citric acid; poems of guilt punctured by rusted, metal daggers, poems of all sorts, yes. Here is just one poem located in this little volume: Wind In Life, Pushing, Shoving & Breaking Bread In the air, atmosphere Banging against the skin, my skin Wind, piercing, ripping, taming Smashing you. Smashing You. Smashing humanity that is you. Wind, in my name The Lord's name The one lord or the many lords Banging away Ripping away Tearing away everything but the soul of the original one. In the air Atmosphere - SASSOON AS AN OBSERVER OF THE UNIVERSE< Less
An Indian Kiyose (download version) By Norman Darlington
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This kiyose, or list of poetic season-words, is aimed primarily at poets writing haiku and related poetic forms in an Indian environment, as well as readers who wish to gain a deeper insight into the... More > seasonal implications of such poetry. Garnered from both classical Indian literature and modern haiku usage in the subcontinent, it is organised by India's classical six-season calendar, and by haikai category. In addition, it contains a supplementary list of relevant non-seasonal topics.This book hopefully represents a small step forward along the path of a time-honoured poetic genre which is gaining in popularity in India and worldwide. A fully indexed print version, expanded to include a Triparshva Renku (collaborative poem), The Hawk's Grand Swoop, composed by the author with two of India's leading haikuists, will shortly be available < Less
The Loves of Krishna in Indian Painting and Poetry: W.G. Archer By LogoStar Press
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Krishna - the supreme trickster, the theophany of Lord Vishnu and arguably Hinduism's most popular deity - is not only the philosopher of the "Bhagavad Gita," but also the archetypal lover.... More > Krishna's relationship with the cow-herding maidens represents, just like the erotic stance in Solomon's "The Song of Songs" in the Judeo-Christian tradition, the love between God and his creation. This metaphoric relationship is a a central motif of Indian art and poetry, and W. G. Archer's "The Loves of Krishna" provides a reliable guide to fully understanding and appreciating Krishna's prominent role in Indian sacred literature and iconography.< Less
The Loves of Krishna in Indian Painting and Poetry: W.G. Archer By LogoStar Press
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Krishna - the supreme trickster, the theophany of Lord Vishnu and arguably Hinduism's most popular deity - is not only the philosopher of the "Bhagavad Gita," but also the archetypal lover.... More > Krishna's relationship with the cow-herding maidens represents, just like the erotic stance in Solomon's "The Song of Songs" in the Judeo-Christian tradition, the love between God and his creation. This metaphoric relationship is a a central motif of Indian art and poetry, and W. G. Archer's "The Loves of Krishna" provides a reliable guide to fully understanding and appreciating Krishna's prominent role in Indian sacred literature and iconography.< Less
WOLF LADY SERIES: BOOKS I AND II NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN POETRY....FOR HELEN By Reverend Nancy L. Fritz
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Wolf Lady Series: Book I and II Native American Indian Poetry....Wolf Lady : The Sage....Novel to be published soon......Dedicated to Helen Gilbert Brown