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Whose turn?

Well I have taken it long as the priority tasks have kept me on my toes.Yeah thats Life 😉 Even now i have tiptoed here just to release my rants for a while.So here it is:

We heard them some time ago in Iraq,
day before in US, yesterday in India,
today in Bangladesh and now in saudi
How much more of this do we need
To quarantine a community
when every single explosion
has their name inscribed on it

How much can any human tolerate
the acts of their so called God
who, only they can percieve
while their own brothers cannot
Is it fair to let them populate
the entire world with either their
people or the bodies of others

Why are the communities of humanity
unable to speak against one

Why are the nations unable to curb,
leave alone eliminating terrorism

Hope i get back to all of you soon after setting few things right.

Monsoon Rain 3

Rain rain go away

Come again another day…

Click below to see how this sounds now 😉

Source: Oh My

 

 

A Tritina

Well,there is this one form(Tritina) i missed out during April and i had to let it flow before it questions me :p

The tritina is a shorter cousin to the sestina, involving three, three-line stanzas, and a final concluding line. Three “end words” are used to conclude the lines of each stanza, in a set pattern of ABC, CAB, BCA, and all three end words appear together in the final line.

If future is all that you desire,

Then go ahead my dear

And please do not repent

˜

Act now rather than repent

And fulfill your desire

As this is what you want, o’ dear

˜

If it’s not out of ego, my dear

Let go, there’s nothing to repent

Live thy life as you may desire

˜

If you desire, don’t repent, my dear

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With Love:for poetry

For a change,let me tell you a story 😉 but a real one about a Poetry club.

The Twin City Poetry club is a  forum where lovers of poetry join in celebration of words.It stands as a platform to encourage young, prolific and budding poets who seek some attention to this art. The club stands out among many other groups with its amalgation of languages with the same love for poetry.

The debut anthology titled Lakdi-ka-pul – the poetry bridge is a collection of poems by poets of Twin City Poetry Club, Hyderabad, published by The Blue Stencil, an initiative of Nivasini Publishers.

final cover jpg

This book is an endevour to reproduce the euphoria of poetry recited in the Twin city poetry club meets with special focus to the City of Pearls and is available on Flikart and Amazon.

So, Happy reading!!!

 

 

 

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