1. When Prof. A A speaks
2. First day, First Poem
3. Is There A Joke Here?

4. As I leave Ellaada

5. The Parthenon

6. Elefsina

7. That Silence

8. Why


1. Democracy rests on a Bier
2. #45's Administration
3. A Nation's Salvation
4. Joy at the Polls
5. Oct 31- Election Sorrows

6. Animal Theater

7. This White House Administrations Daily Prayer


1. Religion
2. Swear by the Book
3. Keeping Vigil
4. Song of the Soul
5. Never the Same
6. Today
7. Who Really Falls in Love?
8. Why Should I Believe and Worship?
9. My Teachers of the Divine
10. The Crystal of Bliss
11. The Creek
12. The Weary Soul
13. From Where to Where
14. The Cloud and the Hill
15. Claim your Birthright Divine
16. The Market Place
17. The One Clay
18. Transparency in Love
19. My Role

20. A Thanksgiving Prayer

21. The Black Earth


1. Early Morning
2. Dusk settles on Ellis Creek
3. Every Tuesday

4. Local Haiku


1. Mahur
2. Istanbul, to Many a Mother and to Me, too
3. The Flag of Turkey
4. Don't Ask Me Why
5. Ilahi Singing
6. An Ashik Maybe
7. A Third Door Opens
8. The Eyes that Droop with Love Sublime

9. The Dream of Dreams

10.The Thread of La ilahe illallah*


1. A Puzzle
2. A Wish
3. Accepting a Student
4. Westward Ho for Efficiency
5. Reflections - A Hundred Masterworks of photographer Edward S. Curtis
6. The Flower
7. If Only I Could
8. The Floodgates of Love
9. How it Feels

10. What Can I Say?

11. The Other Side of America*


These English translations of selected Malayalam poems of the great social
activist and conservationist from Kerala- Sugatha Kumari have been rendered by
Vasanti Ji into English. In addition, she composed the melodies for the original
Malayalam songs which she choreographed for Kalamandiram Academy students and
rendered them in Kerala Natanam dance form. The students performed for OHM-
Organization of Hindu Malayalees, in Los Angeles.

"Thannuttha poonthanal veeshi" Ode to The Tree

"Snehatthinu niramundo?" Is there a color for Love?
" Oru svapnam " A Dream
" Ammaa" Mother

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