Fiction > The fault with the skull
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  • DR.S.N.TRIPATHY

    Dr. Rabi Swain is my favourite poet. He celebrates life. Good poems as always…

  • Chittaranjan Misra

    The five poems by Rabindra K Swain seem to be based on a corporeal knowledge of our existence, of an extra-textual reality. They draw attention to organic processes that make us what we are. Crafted through images of the body like flesh, bones, blood, skull, tongues and levers the appeal of the poems make a reader think more about the surrounding, the environment. The concerns of the poet are ecopoetic.

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