Words and Notion

Words Whipping up Whimsical Waves of Notion



തെന്നലെന്‍ ചാരെയണയുമ്പോ-
ളൊരു നാദമായി ഞാനൊഴുകി
തെന്നിയണയും തെന്നലിന്‍
കൂട്ടായൊരു മുളനാദമായൊഴുകി

ഒരുകാലത്ത് കണ്ണന്‍റെ ചുണ്ടിലെ രാഗത്തെ നെഞ്ചിലേറ്റിയ ഓടമരങ്ങളുടെ മര്‍മ്മരം ഇരമ്പിക്കൊണ്ടിരുന്ന വണ്ടികളുടെ അലര്‍ച്ചയില്‍ അലിഞ്ഞില്ലാതായി. ഒരു നിമിഷം ഏകയായി ആ മര്‍മ്മരത്തില്‍ ലയിച്ചില്ലാതായെങ്കില്‍…


Author: Akhila

Flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

49 thoughts on “മുളനാദം

  1. U r views about things r realistic. U seems to long for the childhood, which we had (or had a little) and what the generations to come have lost for ever

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  2. നഷ്ടപ്പെട്ട ഇന്നലകൾ! ഇല്ലാതായ നന്മകൾ… അങ്ങനെ എന്തെല്ലാം …

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  3. i donot know about this poem is all about , but believe if its from you its awesome

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  4. So, I am not alone! I know certain things are ‘said better’ in the mother tongue. But try your best to translate… When I was editing a Tamil journal I carried translations of Pavithran theekkunni, Mukunthan to name a few. N D Rajkumar translated them, if I remember correct. This is what ‘sharing’ is all about Akhila. One John Smallshaw should be brought here while a Pavithran should be transferred to a poetry camp in
    the banks of Thames.

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  5. KSRTC bussil povumbol side seat irunnu …. Gavi .Munnar poyyal Eee type sambavangal kittum .. 😂
    Nannayitund Sahodari 😃

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  6. Wow.. Sugarcane 😀

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  7. nalla kavitha….really nice akhila, short and sweet!

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  8. Malayalathilulla kavithakal kanumbol swantham veetil poyapolulla sukhamanu…nannayittundu Akhila

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  9. Nice chechee..angane endellamo illathayippoyirikkunnu lle,arinjathum ariyathathumayi endokkeyo…

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  10. You know Akhila, Malayalam is difficult to understand when you are not able to read or understand a single alphabet in that language 😂 Please translate! 😜

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  11. Akhila. Which language is this?😃

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  12. What does this mean in English ? 😀

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