Monday, August 25, 2008

இனிய புள்ளினம்/ Sweet bird species



இருளான உடலோடும் அழகாக மொழி பேசும்
காகங்களின் குறைதீர்க்கும் புள்ளினமே
தினம்தோறும் உன் குரல் சேரும் செவியோரம்
தரும் சுகமே.

கவிதைகள் கனக்கில்லை உன் புகழ் பரவிட
உன்னை பாடிடாத மொழி ஏதும் உண்டா நினைத்திட?
பெருகிவரும் குடியிருப்பாலும், மரங்கள் வேரருப்பாலும்
தொலைந்து போகுமோ உன் குடில்?

காகத்தின் கருப்புபோர்வையில் ஔநி்திருக்கும் நிலவு குயில்
தன் குரலால் தனித்து நிற்க்கும் சிறப்பாக.
விழிகளிலும், இறைஉண்பதிலும் வேறுபடும் பறவை
குழல் ஒலியைவிட இனிமையானது இதன் குறல்.


Translation in english follows:

In darkness figure and lovely speaking language
corvine grievance solving bird species
daily in your voice mergers ear verge
gives welfare.

Countless verses spread your praise
is there any language lack singing u to think?
In increase of residence and uprooting trees
will lose your hut?

In crows dark blanket, the hidden moon koel
will stand separately with its vocal specialty
through eyes and in having food, distinguished bird
its vocal is more sweaters than flute sound.

"The bird in the picture is not crow, its The Asian Koel clicked near my home."

24 comments:

Keshi said...

Jeevan thats a neat tribute to Crows!

Keshi.

Jeeves said...

Jeevan- Thats a very very nice one...Lovely must say

vishesh said...

wow superb shot :P so this is the difference between a crow and a koel?

Lakshmi said...

lovely..there is one asian koel near my house too..

Priya said...

Thaz very cute and nice shot Jeevan.

*~*{Sameera}*~* said...

I knew it's a koel on seeing the pic!Loved the contrast of it sitting on the colorful gulmohar :)

Lovely verse!

starry nights said...

that is beautiful.

krystyna said...

Beautiful pic and poem!
But I prefer poem in your beautiful language (hihi)

Raelly your native language is amazing, but I think it is very difficult to learn.

Best to you, dear Jeevan!

Dawn....सेहर said...

WOW Jeevan....you have shown respect to crows whom usually no one respects!!! at least thats what I have seen in India but when I see some here in California ( as in Canada I have not seen a single one) and I feel like home :)
So very sweet tribute for the crows and thanks for translating as I can understand Tamil but can't read or write :)
Cheers dear

flyingstars said...

Simply beautiful photo & the words...really a nicely dedication to the crows whom most of us love to hate.

Aravinthan said...

கவிதை மிகவும் நன்றாக இருக்கிறது.

Ponniyinselvan said...

dear jeevan.
As usual the poem and the photo ..simply excellent

ashok said...

koel...rare sight now a days...

Balaji S Rajan said...

Jeeva,

Super. I love birds especially used to wonder at Crows when they come in big groups if they see another crow dead. Have you ever observed. Also, they never used to have food alone. They used to bring in more crows. When we were in India, my mom used to keep food for crows first.

So nice of you to have thought about them and your poem was excellent. This is another area you should concentrate. You have got great skills. Try attempting more.

Kavi said...

Cool Koel !! Interesting and beautiful !

Thooya said...

simply superb jeevz

by the way thank god you mentioned this: "The bird in the picture is not crow, its The Asian Koel clicked near my home. kikiki

Resonator said...

nice close shot ya!

am still wondering what the difference bet. crow and koel..(other than koel can sing)


happy blogging
Prema

Keshi said...

hows u ? :)

Keshi.

Annie Wicking said...

How lovely, you write so well.

Please write more poems, Jeeven.

best wishes
Annie

PreethZzZ said...

wow wonderful... the photography, poem and post!!!

simply amazing... :) keep up the great work..

Ash said...

Sweet, sweet Koel :-)

Jeevan said...

Keshi – Thanks dear. It’s not about crow, an Asian Koel :) iam doing fine dear.

Jeeves – Thanks so much :)

Vishesh – Thank you, somehow!

Lakshmi – hum… u too enjoying in its sonance? Nice, thank you.

Priya – Thank you.

Sameera – Thank you dear, good find :)

Starry – Thank you.

Krystyna – Thank you dear friend, I feel the same looking at different languages;)

Dawn – sometimes crows are treated as ancestor and people calling them to feed on special occasions. Thanks dear, glad you like my poem :)

Kalyan – Thank you buddy!

Jeevan said...

Aravinthan – Mikka Nandri :)

Ponniyinselvan – Thanks ma :)

Ashok – nice having u here buddy. True, near my home there are some more.

Balaji – Crows are the best example for uniform. Recently I was shock to see crows biting a wounded crow and later all flied including the wound crow. Sure, it encourages more u’re all comments, Thanks dear friend :)

Kavi – Thank you buddy, hope ur enjoying the moments in home.

Thooya – even some thought I was written about crow, Thanks dear :)

Resonator – Thanks buddy, koel’s eyes are red and full back like the andang kaka. haha…

Annie – please to get comment from you annie, sure try more with you best wish :)

Preethi – Thanks so much buddy, nice seeing you and your cousins bogging, keep going :)

Ash – Thank you.

shri ramesh sadasivam said...

Nice poem. :)