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"Rhymes and times of Rippling Phonons" are inspirational poems with humour concerning bird and animal behaviour, about plants and vegetation, about extraterrestrial life, about space, about climate change, about sea creatures, about cyclones and avalanche, realistic depictions of rural life, complex social and philosophical themes, artistic institutional depictions, fundamental questions of existence, depicting the loneliness of the individual in an indifferent universe, showing the human reaction to nature's processes, description of character-based poems with satirical, sympathetic humour, truth of imagination and it's depth, language of heart's perception, sublime rhymes, creative glitter with humour and critical intelligence, poetry as the work of indulgence and fancy offers the reader, poetic apprenticeship and maturity, written about nature, about gardens, adventure, about school life, about old age, about home makers, about human nutrition and career paths, about soldiers life, of human values, of true friends, about trauma, about infant life, extreme sport, about farmers and fishermen, about leaders and leadership, about love, about music, about festivals, about hygiene, about evolution, about retirement, about lighter side of life, about prayer, about Green revolution, about entrepreneurship, about parental love and grandparents, about space programs, about stars and Galaxies. It depicts life of farmers, children, grandparents, soldiers, sea men, pilots, of teacher, and students. It teaches entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, faith, and adventure of flying, and emotion recollected in blissfulness.
The author was fondly called Baudia Shrikant by his grandmother and his father. He was born in the tribal Baudh town of Kandhmal district of Odisha. He graduated from St. Stephen's College, DU where he became a faculty and was a senior fellow from Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA. He is a professor of biotechnology and an oriental poet. Professor Shrikant Mishra has developed many life saving drugs, which belong in the top ten categories, to the clinical setting. His drugs save human lives. His literary themes for his poems, in his loneliness, including innovation and elucidate human and animal behavior, realism, irony, and humor, adventure, philosophy, and deals with many human and planetary issues. His soft satire and social commentary on human friendship, team spirit, entrepreneurship, embrace humanity in its entirety. Instability of family life has been an inspiration in some of his poems and reflects self sacrifice and sensibility of value system and moral standards. He aspires that his poems touch children of all ages as well as the elite. With his two children Krisheel and Ambrita who critiqued the poems and graphics "Rhymes and times of Rippling Phonons" was completed. Ambrita illustrated the poems. The author dedicates these poems to the children of the world and to innovation.