Simply Poetry


October 2013

Mother Nature


How beautiful is Mother Nature!

With full of big and small creatures

When all its beauty blooms,

There is no room for gloom

While the flowers paint the nature colourful,

The rivers and mountains make it look more wonderful

It gives us life with our daily food

What all, it makes us feel so good.

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A Biography of Enid Blyton—The Story of Her Life











Early Family Life
Enid and Her Father, Thomas Carey Blyton
Enid and Her Mother, Theresa Mary Blyton (Nee Harrison)
First School
Childhood Games
Books That Enid Read as a Girl
Senior School
Her Parents’ Separation
Early Writing
First Recorded Publication of an Enid Blyton Work
The Death of Her Father
Success as a Writer
Marriage to Hugh Alexander Pollock
Early Work and First Novel
Life at Elfin Cottage
Old Thatch
Birth of Gillian and Imogen
Green Hedges
Divorce of Hugh and Enid
Marriage to Kenneth Fraser Darrell Waters
Major Series and Other Writing
Enid Blyton’s Magazine
Final Years
Her Legacy


Enid Mary Blyton was born on 11th August 1897 at 354 Lordship Lane, a two-bedroom flat above a shop in East Dulwich, South London. Shortly after her birth her parents moved…

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Tribute to a Poet



Veteran Telugu novelist, short story writer, poet critic and Gyanpeeth award winner Ravuri Bharadwaja died today  after brief illness at an age of 86 years.

He was a two time recipient of Sahitya Akademi award for 1968 and 1983 and published more than 130 works to his credit including 37 volumes of short stories and 17 novels among other works.

Mr Bharadwaja  was only the third Telugu writer to be honored with the country’s highest literary award and was conferred with honorary doctorate by three Universities.

His work Pakudu-Rallu, a story running around a character ‘Manjari” Who has passion for winning and does anything for Winning / Achieving what she wants , won him the prestigious Gyanpeeth award in 2012. 

If you continou…

If you continously compete with others you become bitter,
but if yoou continously compete with yourself you beome better.

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