MY POEM REVIEWED BY EMINENT REVIEWER OF ODISHA.
THANK YOU DEAR RAJ KISHORE PATNAIK.
HUMBLED AND HONOURED.
THE TRUE REPLICA OF MY HEART !
No desire is left there in my world
Your unwanted complains taunt me
Age has passed but staying awake
Walked paths though feet seem still
Life remains but breath has paused
Valiant time has shown its spectrum
I ‘ve pain and agony caused by you
Every breath of mine is in your name
Still why should I be upset with you
You’re the true replica of my heart
From whom should I keep distance
Volumes eyes speak & I’m not there .
©®Dr Prasana Kumar Dalai @India.
Date.Friday,01 Dec 2023
Dr.Prasana Kumar Dalai.: Dear Dr. Prasana Kumar and Professor Nirakara Dash,
Congratulations on the remarkable achievement of Dr. Kumar’s latest poem and Professor Dash’s insightful review. Dr. Kumar, your poetic prowess continues to captivate and enrich the realm of English literature. Your ability to weave words into evocative tapestries is truly commendable.
Professor Dash, your discerning review adds a profound layer of understanding to Dr. Kumar’s work. Your analysis delves deep into the nuances of the poem, unraveling its layers of meaning and artistic brilliance. Your expertise in English literature shines through, offering readers a profound perspective that enhances their appreciation of the poetic craft.
In his latest poem, Dr. Kumar exhibits a masterful command of language, employing vivid imagery and metaphors that transport readers to realms of introspection. The poem’s thematic richness is evident, and Dr. Kumar’s exploration of universal human experiences resonates deeply.
Professor Dash’s review reflects a keen understanding of the poem’s structural elements, stylistic choices, and thematic intricacies. His astute observations on the use of symbolism, metaphorical devices, and the overall poetic landscape provide readers with valuable insights into the creative choices made by Dr. Kumar.
The poem’s title serves as a gateway to its essence, inviting readers to contemplate the intersection of form and formlessness. Dr. Kumar skillfully navigates this philosophical terrain, crafting verses that oscillate between the tangible and the intangible. The interplay of words mirrors the delicate dance between the concrete and the abstract, leaving readers with a sense of sublime contemplation.
Professor Dash adeptly recognizes the poem’s adherence to traditional poetic forms while pushing the boundaries of contemporary expression. His analysis highlights the seamless fusion of classic and modern elements, showcasing Dr. Kumar’s ability to transcend temporal constraints.
The thematic undercurrents explored by Dr. Kumar invite reflection on the human condition, drawing from a wellspring of emotions that resonate universally. Professor Dash’s review skillfully dissects these themes, offering readers a roadmap to navigate the emotional terrain embedded in the verses.
Dr. Kumar’s use of symbolism is a literary tour de force, and Professor Dash perceptively unpacks the layers of meaning within each metaphor. The symbiotic relationship between the poet and the reviewer is evident, as Dr. Kumar’s words find resonance in Professor Dash’s thoughtful analysis.
The rhythmic cadence of Dr. Kumar’s verses, as noted by Professor Dash, serves as a melodic backdrop to the poem’s thematic exploration. The interplay of sound and sense is a testament to Dr. Kumar’s meticulous craftsmanship, and Professor Dash’s recognition of this adds depth to the review.
In conclusion, Dr. Prasana Kumar’s latest poem, artfully reviewed by Professor Nirakara Dash, stands as a testament to the enduring power of poetry in English literature. Dr. Kumar’s poetic journey continues to inspire, while Professor Dash’s insightful analysis elevates the reader’s engagement with the written word. Congratulations to both on this collaborative triumph that enriches the tapestry of literary expression.
RAJ KISHOR PATTNAIK