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About Me:
Rakesh Patel (b, May 2, 1979) has a Masters degree in English literature from The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India. He has served as a visiting lecturer in English for the past three years at Govt. Arts & Commerce College Khergam, Gujarat, India. His poetry and literary opinions have been published in e-journals and websites like neopoet.com, gotpoetry.com, asianamericanpoetry.com, poetbay.com, ablemuse.com, your-poetry.com, creative-poems.com, voicesnet.org, authorsden.com, museindia.com (your space section), poemhunter.com, originalpoetry.com, moontowncafe.com, writeclique.net, poetrypublisher.com, and sulekha.com.

Publications:
1. Reflections: A Collection of Short Poetry

2. Green Moments: A Collection Of Short Poems

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Website:
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How Will You Do Keyword Research?

How Will You Do Keyword Research? By Rakesh Ramubhai PatelPerforming keyword research is an easy task, but it may require an extensive research. The first thing you may do is to make a list of keywords. This will help you choose the best ones. Choosing wrong keywords may result it poor business, and therefore, you need to be very careful while making keyword research.Making a List of KeywordsWhen you think of making a list of…See More
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What is Carpe Diem in Literature?

What is Carpe Diem in Literature? By Rakesh Ramubhai PatelCarpe Diem is a Latin phrase meaning "seize the day". This phrase is taken from one of Horace's Odes. Now it has become the term for a common literary motif. More specifically, it is common in lyrical poetry. Let's see what this literary motif all about and where it is employed.In carpe diem poetry, the speaker puts emphasis on the fact that life is short and the time…See More
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How Will You Do Keyword Research?

How Will You Do Keyword Research?

By Rakesh Ramubhai Patel





Performing keyword research is an easy task, but it may require an extensive research. The first thing you may do is to make a list of keywords. This will help you choose the best ones. Choosing wrong keywords may result it poor business, and therefore, you need to be very careful while making keyword research.

Making a List of…

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Posted on March 15, 2010 at 5:50am

What is Carpe Diem in Literature?

What is Carpe Diem in Literature?

By Rakesh Ramubhai Patel





Carpe Diem is a Latin phrase meaning "seize the day". This phrase is taken from one of Horace's Odes. Now it has become the term for a common literary motif. More specifically, it is common in lyrical poetry. Let's see what this literary motif all about and where it is employed.

In carpe diem poetry, the speaker puts emphasis on…

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Posted on January 23, 2010 at 9:09am

The Treasure of Bliss

All are busy

In one thing and the other

Running after

One thing and the other

From the time they wake up

Till they go to bed



Have no time

For the inner call to listen to

Which is coming from the heart within



They’ve explored the universe,

New species,

Stones,

Cultures,

And much more

But alas! The heart remains unknown



A deep search must be within!

Dive deep into the sea of heart

And there’s… Continue

Posted on December 30, 2009 at 8:57am

Identity

I'm more like anybody,
A common face however,
People refuse to recognize me.
I approach the Known with names,
I beg them to help
Make my name Known.
They just keep silence as if
Heard nothing!
What could I make this out?
A "nothing" pleading for
Nothing?

What if my name unknown
Remain unknown?
...no identity?

Original Source: http://allpoetry.com/poem/5923189

Posted on December 29, 2009 at 9:46am

Listen!



Amid the vast buildings

And the mist of noise

I look for my missing identity.

I recklessly wander here and there like

Set-free cattle on the road,

The passer by get angry with me

Disappointed, I beg for the people

To listen to my voice,

But alas!

My voice is silenced in the noise pollution.



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Posted on December 26, 2009 at 10:46pm

 
 
 

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