Category Archives: Xelam Kan

Poem – Fancy’s Wings

How I praise thy sweetness that ever grows since ancient times and never failed to bless man’s rhymes. From Homer to Cædman and from Virgil to John thy fragrance and frolic effect making man’s soul prophetic.  How often you are … Continue reading

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Poem – Fall of Troy

Learnt from Chapman’s Homer,  A story full of grace and glamour. Killings of Royals, warriors and multitude Fall of Troy is A melodrama of ancient attitude Sans merci, sans certitude War that was waged in heavens Amongst deities of love, … Continue reading

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Poem – Exodus 

Flight of the reason and values left our cultures sterile and brains barren:  a proven PERILE that takes man into wilderness. The evil temptations (like a gentle breeze)  luring the minds, and carry souls to the Pluto’s shrine.  The innocence … Continue reading

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Poem – Evolution 

Isn’t that inglorious to deny the FACT that ‘we are fostering a devil inside’  And secretly abide The villainous creed  And adorn our evil deeds And envenom the world around. Let’s embrace Those forgotten pages Taught by the ancient sages … Continue reading

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Poem – Demons Reign

This havoc of the century new, burns  my wondering eyes; and slowly taking on all the glamour of alluring life,  but still i host resistance from the glutton bellies:  often they babbling sillily. I pass and pause, but  two steps … Continue reading

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Poem – Da Vinci Code

This life is full of  tittering jeering emptiness  and unacceptable too,   so I painted myself like a Hero:  no less than the Marvel’s One. A holy spirit I framed this myself  and started moving along the silent winds, to … Continue reading

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Poem – D’ Wine

Mistaken by the subsequent races The STORY of god and His traces;  From Solon to Solomon, and from Moses to Marx, and of course,  From necromancy to theocracy. How can He only be a Semitic,  and mute in Gallic and … Continue reading

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