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Heartbeats

Author Name: KOMPELLA SATYANARAYANA MURTY | Format: Paperback | Other Details

This book of poems titled “Heartbeats” is multi-themed. It covers a whole gamut of emotions and feelings such as despair and despondency in “The Eclipse” and “Caretaker or an undertaker?,’’  awe and horror, in “A Nightmare”, realisation and remorse in “After the backlash”, hypocrisy and injustice in “The Shadows’, frustration and failure in “Where are my roots?”, anguish and alienation in “If only he rang me up” and “A bird is a bird” ... love and bonding in “One day or the other” and “The sound of Silence”, unceasing quest and devotion in “Where is He?”, empathy and sympathy in “Beguile me not”, quest and contentment in “Paradise Pri.mordial”, segregation and alienation in “They can’t breathe”, commitment in “confession’, joy and cheer in “Open the doors of your heart” “love life, live life “Open up, and “Sip the wine of life”, aspiration and ambition in “Not all can’’, despair and frustration in “My quest”, injustice and inhumanity in “Felling the tree”, commitment and revolt in “Red Salams’, realization in “Don’t ask me”, aesthetic bliss in “The night it rained nectar”, fortitude in “A tribute to human endurance”, reverie in “In my mind’s eye”, harmony and disharmony in “Words.... words”, betrayal and injustice in “Concrete jungle”, criminal folly in “Puny Man”, time warp in “What shall I write about ?, triumph of tears in “Wounds”, hubris and hauteur of man in “The clown of creation’ etc ... In short, “Heartbeats” is a comment on the existential crisis and predicament of Modern Man in the 21st century.

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KOMPELLA SATYANARAYANA MURTY

The author is a selection grade lecturer in English at MSN Degree College, Kakinada, A.P.  He secured the university's first rank from Andhra University in 1971 and was awarded Mantripragada Nagendra Sai Award. He was also the recipient of the Best Teacher Award in 1997. His earlier publication, Portraits of Poets and Philosophers (2001), is a compilation of 33 articles published in various newspapers. As a freelance journalist, he has contributed quite a large number of articles to the Indian Express, the Deccan Chronicle and The Hans India on Telugu writers, poets and Indian philosophers. He has also been a distinguished contributor of poems to Your Space, Muse India, since 2020.

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