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Pranab K. Chakraborty

Freshman - 1,956 Points (West Bengal)

Hi, Scholar


You objected my language
I object not
you started to analyse theories
I object not
long dialogues hour long you delivered
to show your command on the art of poetry
I listened with silence
when you came to know my understanding
I simply told
'You wanted to be a poet
tragically become a scholar'!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Edited: Thursday, October 06, 2011

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  • Rookie - 127 Points Allemagne Roßmann (10/6/2011 5:10:00 PM)

    Well written and very deep anticipation of the estimates of a scholar...All scholars though like poets have something in common.They die with time and are remembered after demise with dates and the cream of achievements.Rich becomes richer doing business on a scholars contribution.Politicians live on goons and ruffians and terrorists or crusaders or soldiers.They are also scholars.But we will still live in a world not appropriate for humans.We will pay the films artificial with its actors for our tears or smiles to share with others at the cost of our hard-works and its our money grossing box offices everytime.Show world plays with our emotions coz reality bites...a nice poem Sir (Report) Reply

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