The sweaty hugKurunthogai:12In this piece of poem a foster mother has a funny complaint to make on the girlshe had had brought up. Some time time back the girl used to like her hugging,finding a touching sign of love in those hugs. As the girl had become matured now,exposed to a different kind of embrace whic was more endearing after meeting herlover. Unaware of it the foster mother goes to hug her dear child. Then comes thehurting reply.‘You are sweating.’The poet to add more effect refers the passing clouds of Podhigai hills whichcarry on the scents of Vengai and Kaandhal flowers . A trace of jealousy found ina mother’s heart is subtly hinted here.I went to hug her,My foster daughterWho smells with the perfumes ofThe Vengai and Kaandhal flowersBut tender and chillier than the AambalOf the clouds passing PodhigaiBelonged to the braceleted Aai (the munificent);But she resisted,Saying ‘I am sweating’Then I understoodHer dislike for my embrace!Mosi keeranaarPosted by vaiyavan at 9:30 PM 0 commentsLabels: EmbraceMonday, May 14, 2007Jumbing horse and bumbing bambooThe Unfastened horse and unhitched bambooKurunthogai:11She had become thinner with the thoughts of him. The news reaches her that he theHillman lover too became thinner contemplating on her beauty. Two scenes flash inher mind; force of the unfastened horse and triggering up bamboo when unhitchedfrom one’s hold. They were common in her lover’s land and the force of freedom liein them makes her to indicate both of their love’s power.Ignorant of my growingThinner thinking of himHad he the boss of the hillsWhere the bamboo triggersHigher up unhitchedFrom the bendingWith the force ofAn unfastened horseDid he too became thinnerBrooding over my beauty?Vitta kudhiraiyaarPosted by vaiyavan at 7:40 PM 0 commentsLabels: GallopsButter guard and a hot rockButter on a Sun-burning rockKurunthogai:10The hero, unable to bear the agonies of love outpours his mind to a dear friend.