The acrostic poem is used to render tribute to a person. It consists of a series of lines where letters form a name down the page. Historically, ancient Greek and Latin writers, medieval monks, and renaissance poets are among those who devised and used the acrostic form. The following acrostic form is a tribute to Dr. Santosh Kumar, born in India, 1946. He has authored and published many poetry books, including: Indian Verses by Young Poets (1980), World Poetry (1995 & 1996), The Fabric of Vision (2001), The Still Horizon (2002), The Golden Wings (2002), Voyages (2003), Symphonies (2003), New Pegasus (2004), and many other wonder poetry books. He is the current editor for Taj Mahal Review and Harvest of New Millennium Journals. He has received many awards, delivered many papers at poetry conferences, and conducted many interviews. Dr. Kumar currently resides in India. He writes and travels world-wide to poetry events. The name of this acrostic is entitled, Dr. Santosh Kumar-A Poetic Man of Vision and Action.
Dr. Santosh Kumar – A Poetic Man of Vision and Action
Doctor of Philosophy in English, he moves a pen, never knowing when, even in his den
rising to the occasion, he includes Zen, Christian’s Amen, as he pens wonderful anthologies
Santosh is a poetic man of vision and action; he came in the world through India, in 1946
A wonderful short-story writer, his books made others click, while writing makes him tick
New Millennium Journal editor, his words move poets upward like a ladder, he is a brother
Taj Mahal Review International Journal he edits annually, he also namaste very politely
Orator of the written words, Indian Verses by Young Poets; helping others-he loves it!
Songs of Peace and Haiku he published; he is also quite accomplished in his literary niche
Haiku in his heart, The Poetic Achievement of Ban’ya Natsuishi he edited, and published
Kumar, A Poetic Man of Vision and Action, published The Golden Wings as he sings and swings
USA published two of his books, Dawn & Purple Rose; he also goes as a master doing things
Muse at his side, he strides to poetry conventions across the world, making others feel like kings
A man of great honor, collaborating with others, making brothers, he is like their great advisor
Relentlessly he edited sixteen World Poetry Anthologies-spinning English is his philosophy.