Harindhar Reddy

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

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


While love is burning my empire
She is stoking embers of hidden fires in me, she, a vampire!
Alas! I landed in no man's land and in fire
Yet in tantalizing problems and in dire...
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But love is all time tragic!

There is a trend set by fellow poets......
Sing and dance and drink and sink to become idiots
In the moments of saddest without any energy;
So I too started with this mourning elegy;
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But love is all time tragic!

Skepticism, Hamletan in-action crept in me
Like snail, and my love is doomed and tsunami is she!
She likes lollipop! But I'm a big flop with this sullen rhyme...
Train! Train! No brain but love is all time human crime;
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But love is all time tragic!

Morrow! Morrow! No tomorrow.......
But borrow! Borrow! Only sorrow......
Now, ten million dollars question is, why?
I don't know who am I?
She is my glass of wine, no logic!
And no magic! But love is all time tragic!
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Just take a break! Now READ PART1 to make your reading wholesome.

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

Submitted: Sunday, October 30, 2011
Edited: Saturday, November 05, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Hello, Saint VALENTINE - See me - a BROKEN-HEARTED Fellow: Part-2 by Harindhar Reddy )

  • Rookie - 987 Points Unwritten Soul (11/1/2011 11:02:00 AM)

    The original sound...was written here, it could be a style that you make and belong to you, You done and held it together very well and that makes the whole poem really good..You really talented and yes, you have some messages here to spread, hope people noticed it :) Good things is to care, to care something can be done in words, and words beautify by poetry and you make this approach in nice way :) _Unwritten SOul (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 69 Points Vipins Puthooran (10/31/2011 2:25:00 PM)

    Wow, I love this poem, I'm fascinated by this amazing rhymes, , wow, excellent poetic depiction, , I can see the weeds of love here but written in your elegant style..
    ((She is my glass of wine, no logic!
    And no magic! But love is all time tragic!)))
    Great poem, , , top marks 10++++ (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Shanavas Maideen (10/31/2011 2:52:00 AM)

    Oh, man you are rocking again and again with love poems like these. There is sorrow in the poem yet it is satire and comedy make it special. I like these lines.......

    'There is a trend set by fellow poets......
    Sing and dance and drink and sink to become idiots
    In the moments of saddest without any energy;
    So I too started with this mourning elegy; '

    There is love; There is message not to love; There is comedy; There is satire. Anyway, I also like Morrow! Morrow! No tomorrow.......But borrow! Borrow! Only sorrow...... Best of luck with 10++++++ rating! (Report) Reply

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