When all is well in love and suddenly, things take a different turn, a young bride is left waiting. M. Mohankumar pens a poem.
A young man high up on an old banyan tree… what could he be up to? M. Mohankumar’s poem captures the man’s escape act.
M.Mohankumar’s poem is about a housemaid who throws in a word or two in English in between conversations, sometimes to unfortunately comical results.
For Indian farmers, the monsoons are everything. Mohankumar’s poem tells the story of a farmer who waits hopefully for the rains to arrive and turn his fortune around.
An Idakka player credits the instrument for a splendid musical performance. M. Mohankumar captures a beautiful point of view in his poem.
In a poem that captures the beauty of life in a village as a child, Mohankumar presents his version of Wonderland.
A man, admired by many for his athletic figure and handsome looks, contemplates his face standing before a mirror. M. Mohankumar’s poem conjures the thoughts running in the man’s mind.
Shanti is unhappy because a poetic note that he writes questioning a certain police action is met with indifference. M. Mohankumar writes a poem on the bureaucracy in India.
Enthralled by South Indian classical music, M. Mohankumar shares the feelings that this music stirs within him, through a poem.
M. Mohankumar writes a poem on the thoughts and emotions that a beautiful cherry tree in the backyard evokes.
Inspired and moved by what he has read in ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’, M. Mohankumar writes a poem that invokes powerful images of the life of Anne Frank along with her family in their hideout during World War II. 2015 marks the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camps.