Cranes in the Drought: Sahitya Akademi Award Winning Collection of Poems in Hindi
Cranes In The Drought Unravels Racial Memories On An Exquisite Philosophical Place. Most Of The Poems Are Deeply Embedded With A Strong Rope Of Interrogation, Which Leads To A Pleasant Blend Of Thought And Poetry. The Book Is Remarkable Not Only For Its Freshness Of Language And Reflecting The AuthorýS Intense Zest With The Common Man But Also For Its Skilful Combination Of The Rythms Of Free Verse With Compactness Of Meaning.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Like the flavour of fruits 13
Cranes in the drought
On seeing the ganga after a long time
Ankuspur anxious babul tree BANYAN TREE bell rang bird bitter cold BLACK SOIL Black blood stain BLOOMING IN BLOOD body bowl bullocks bustee Chakia combed the whole coming cranes dark Dear reader DEJECTED EARTH Delhi distant invisible doob doors drying elephant empty FEEL OF SAND filled FIVE PUPS garbage give up hope go back leave grass hands happy head bowed herons Hindi horses hovering immortal creation jackals keep lantern lips need Looking for water lotus blooming millet morning obeisance OLD MEN TAKING old woman paddy pain pitchers poem Punjab quietly quietude rain REMEMBERING NIRALA river saw the Ganga sheaves being tied shining shoes sleep slowly SMELL OF ABSENCE someone somewhere SORROW-I SPOTTING POET TRILOCHAN staring STITCHING AT NIGHT stood strange STUBBORN BREATH Suddenly one day sunshine taking a stroll tearing thud-thud tiger tiny town trembling tying up bundles walking words