Harindhar Reddy

Rookie - 831 Points (Sept/19/1983 / Haliya, Hyderabad, India)

Hello, Saint VALENTINE - See me - a BROKEN-HEARTED Fellow: Part-1


With stunning charm, she is of a beauty batch.....
With gorgeous figure, she is a pretty match!
Albeit her face is cute as apple fruit
Her gambling eyes made me mute......
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But love is all time tragic!

As she has stolen my heart in limelight
She became divine moon light.......
See! My heart became flowing River Hooghly
Oh! I'm elated; my heart is elevated yet a ball googly.....
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But my love is all time tragic!

When I gave her all gifts.......
She collected them without any rifts......
As she forgot to gather my heart and what a humility!
Utility! Utility! In futility, I lost my ability;
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But love is all time tragic!

Tears welled from eyes and no excuse!
As heart is my support, I suppose to accuse;
She left me in the middle of the desert of half mad
Like an unknown passenger and a stranger; oh, it’s sad!
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But love is all time tragic!

I don't know whether she won...
Laurels and admirers but I'm done;
She went on further and farther...
Sorry Valentine! For not being together;
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But love is all time tragic!

While love is burning my empire
She is stoking embers of hidden fires in me, she, a vampire!
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just a break time! Now READ PART - 2 to make your reading wholesome.

Hello, Saint VALENTINE - See me - a BROKEN-HEARTED Fellow: Part-2

Submitted: Monday, August 08, 2011
Edited: Saturday, November 05, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Hello, Saint VALENTINE - See me - a BROKEN-HEARTED Fellow: Part-1 by Harindhar Reddy )

  • Rookie - 69 Points Vipins Puthooran (2/4/2012 3:18:00 PM)

    Fantastic rhymes...
    Great expressions
    & a great poem
    Top marks! ! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Shanavas Maideen (10/31/2011 3:08:00 AM)

    Lovely metaphors, Amazing comparisons, Lively images, Terrific love expressions clubbed with love in this awesome poem! I can't stop even for taking breath when I'm going through these lines............
    'As she has stolen my heart in limelight
    She became divine moon light.......
    See! My heart became flowing River Hooghly
    Oh! I'm elated; my heart is elevated yet a ball googly.....'

    Hey poet, You are FAT-CAT AND Amazing write in Love poetry. You have a great hand in writing love and Romanticism. A big treat is too small for the poet! Perfect 10***************** (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 127 Points Allemagne Roßmann (9/17/2011 5:32:00 PM)

    The rhythms are once again beyond words as outstandingly outrageous and superb and its true remark of experiences in one normally begets life....the flow is salad sprays and sprinkles full of taste...well done (Report) Reply

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