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Dr T. Ashok Chakravarthy, Litt.D

Updated: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 03:13 pm

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Dr T. Ashok Chakravarthy, Litt.D Poet – Review Writer Ashok Chakravarthy is a Poet hailing from India. Employed with a Govt-Partnered State Co-op Bank in Hyderabad City, India, he has composed nearly 1200 poems during the past two decades. Over 500 poems featured across 35 countries in several Poetry Anthologies, Magazines, Journals, web-zines etc. His poetry collections titled (1) Charismata of Poesie (2) The Chariot of Musings (3) Serene Thoughts (4) Twinkles, are in circulation. Conferred with D. Litt (Doctor of Literature), Ashok is a Universal Peace Ambassador, Vice-Chairman of Peace from Harmony, Love Ambassador etc to quote a few.


STRENGTH IN UNITY The haunting nightmares and sequences That the ruinous wars often result in, Challenge us with dire consequences To ignore or support co-human insults. The deep pain and the haunting sorrow That emerges from the ensuing conflicts, Challenge humankind with a tomorrow Wherein, an ocean of miseries reflects. By upholding and fortifying ‘peace’ We should challenge the arch-rivals, By demonstrating the might of peace We should prove the power of our will. The challenges of frequent conflicts We should conquer with weapons of peace, The challenges of revenge and rifts We can raze with harmony and peace. The hostile and ruthless calls for war With our insightful wit, should we shun; Transforming thoughts into peace-showers To fortify a spirited unity that wins. Violence should not provide us a scope To counter it with identical response, Consequences should not deter the hopes To desist us from establishing peace.

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John F Keane

Wed 3rd Mar 2010 21:48

There will never be peace in this world, friend. War burns too deeply in our blood.

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Tomás Ó Cárthaigh

Wed 23rd Apr 2008 16:28

I love your poetry, but may I suggest varying the rhyming word ending?

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clarissa mckone

Mon 22nd Oct 2007 03:44

very nice ideas, I like the poem very much, its too bad the world is going to shit, all we can hope in is Gods love for humans. thanks

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