B Sudharsan is an indie poet and award-winning scribe from Chennai, India. He has worked with leading dailies like The New Indian Express and News Today and has interviewed over one hundred and fifty well-known personalities in his stint as a lifestyle journalist from 2014 to 2016. Since 2017 though, he has passionately been grounding students in English. The fervent blogger, who devours reading, is extremely fond of Haruki Murakami's and Jeffrey Archer's works. He dwells in Delhi, India.
This country needs no men who’ve got no spine
to talk about issues concerning all;
So all who have just played around too fine
should now say, ‘Pardon us’ to mend their line.
What haps on the ground
fast goes to the sky;
It roams round unfound.
Then quickly comes nigh
to dwell on spots round.
‘The door remained but shut;
for no one wanted then to see her face.
People now called her slut
without a rhyme or reason, such sad case.’
We generally use the present perfect tense to talk about actions that have a link with the present. Nonetheless, it is also possible to use the past tense to express such actions. Also, the adverbs ‘just’, ‘recently’ and ‘lately’ can be used to denote that the action being spoken about happened in the recent past. It is also possible to use the adverb ‘already’ to denote that the action is completed. However, if the sentence happens to be negative, we oftentimes use the adverb ‘yet’ provided the sentence is said in the present perfect tense. Look at the example sentences given below:
August allures me;
For summer begins to end,
tweaking the flora.
I do my duties diligently, all of which I come across in this very place,
What I doubly ensure is to try my best in all situations to be kind;
Oh, yeah! I also ask this question today as I only everything embrace:
If nothingness exists, what happens after death, could you find?
World ours Daedalian
makes me bewildered.
‘Who’s the controller?’
stays now unanswered.
I but conjecture.
You look at me with what I call a smirk,
And your thoughts are kept hidden from my soul.
These are the thoughts that deep within just lurk.
Is there a thing that might just make them whole?
His second book, which happened a couple of years after the first, is titled ‘Keeper of the East Bluff Light’. It is a murder mystery that deals with the use of electromagnetism and light-wave technology for dastardly purposes.
Nights narrate what’s new;
The stars twinkle, telling tales
as the Moon shines bright.