Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Mumbai: My India **

Divided in the darkness of faith
Mother runs ahead of emotional time
Her dearest she lost
Thunder of cry rains
And storm of grief blankets
Every one’s mind

God created us with purpose
At a distance in isolation
He might be repenting
To humans animals are far better

The blacken paints, anguish faces
Express the voice in silence
The Moon and the Mars awaiting next
Lament the conflicting human race

Rhetoric words from
The lexicon of revulsion
Busy sinking in distinguishing
Red blood from the red.

Still in the thickness of tragedy
Pigeons carry the message of love
Near the eclipsed palace we wait
For the new Sun to rise.

** Ref No: WGI-Pongal-Comp-001/01-01-2010

Pravat Kumar Padhy,

Sub: Selection of Writers Guild of India prizes to stories submitted during Sankranthi
Prose / Poetry Competitions – Reg.

I am extremely happy to inform you that the WGI – Selection Committee, constituted by WGI has adjudged your story / poetry entitled Mumbai: My India, Aspiring Green as a 4th and 5th Best Story / Best Poetry prize award. This prize award carries a WGI Memento (Shield), and a commendation certificate. You will be honored in the WGI Story volume “Mayukha” or WGI Poetry volume “Yennela” releasing function to be held at Hyderabad, shortly.

Prizes have to be received personally by the prize winners. Invitations for the releasing function will be sent you in advance.

You are requested to send you’re a latest passport size photograph and also inform your phone number, e mail address and change in your address, if any, for communications.

Before I conclude this letter, I convey my advance congratulations for winning the Writers Guild of India prize.

The receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.

Yours truly,

Venkateshwarlu Bulemoni,
President, WGI AP Chapter,
Writers Guild of India

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