ROCHISH MON

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Come, Get Into The World Of Poetry


O my dear world of enthusiastic folks,

Come, get into the world of poetry
Set yourself in the mould of poetry

Read poems… read poems…
Receive momentums-

On the sky of languages,
Poems are the stars!
With the help of words,

Paintings of poems are drawn-
Poets are the artists!

Emotions, sentiments, feelings,
Images, conflicts, peace
All are recorded in poetry
Everything is registered with poetry

Statues of poems give us fragrance of poetry!
Stratum of poetry is always trouble free! !

Poetry is life!
Life is poetry! !
Do not miss that
Do not live without that-

Poetry was continuing from the past
Poetry is continuing in the present
Poetry will continue to the future
Just like the nature!

O my dear world of exuberant folks,

Having poetic zest and zeal
Have an international appeal-

Poetry is but finesse
Without poetry you may get valueless

Poetry proceeds aggressively
Poetry proceeds progressively

Do come for poetry
Go along with poetry

Poetry
The artistry-

Involve in poetry, you yourself
Evolve yourself as poetry itself! !

Submitted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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