Indira Renganathan


Alankar(Decor) -140


If Heaven Has A Throne..(Rhyme Royal)


Rhyme Royal is:

lyrical verse that is flexible and can be written as a narrative.
often written in iambic pentameter
stanzaic, written in any number of septets (7 line stanza) composed of a Sicilian tercet,
rhymed aba, followed by a quatrain of 2 heroic couplets bbcc, the first of which interlocks with the tercet.
rhymed, ababbcc.


If Heaven Has A Throne..

If heaven has a throne for me reserved
This moment I would die and soar willful
You might doubt of my throne how so deserved
My papa said, that I am so worthful
I should be thrown to that throne dutiful
Well nothing is ours to plan and decide
Only the higher Authority's stride

But papa is still repeating the same
Peeping through his vision from his abode
But how? for me it's a hell of a game
For him, his heaven to check and forebode
Yes he's there in skies to block my abode
O' may his wish keep open heaven's gate
May my chaste soul break open this hell's gate

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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