RE: swIya kavita

Madhava Kumar Turumella (madhava@memrbksa.com)
Sat, 30 May 1998 16:42:23 +0300


namaskAraM

The last few lines of the poem have given completely a new dimension for
the poem.  At first it looked like an ordinary poem which is describing
a cook.  Finally, this took a male chauviistic turn in the line
"EmaitEnEM ikapai nA kAviDatO panalEdu" and ended up giving us what is
the usual expectation of the male society by saying "vaccE AviDa jeetaM
teesukOdu, testuMdi".  

mAsThArAoo, mee kavita cAlA bAguMdi...

Regards, Madhav

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Bh. Kameswara Rao [SMTP:kamesh@hclt.com]
> Sent:	Wednesday, May 29, 1996 9:16 PM
> To:	telusa
> Subject:	swIya kavita
> 
> vanTAviDa
>                          ----------
>     EdaitEnEm, ikapai nAkAviDatO panElEdu
>     nAku peLLavabOtOndigA
>     tamAshAchUsArU
>     I vacchE AviDa
>     jItam tIsukOdu...testundi
> 
> regards,
> Bh.Kameswara Rao.