Harindhar Reddy

(Sept/19/1983 / Haliya, Hyderabad, India)

LOVE FEVER - Mania, Mania, Love Mania! (Part-2)


Cricket buff! Computer buff! T.V. Buff! Movie buff!
But I am bitten by a yonder bug became a love buff!
For her, I became a poet busy and became a maniac – frenzy
For her, I can sacrifice my life, blood and food in a hurry
She arrested my youth of one and twenty!
By giving me fun at twenty and in plenty.

Sorry to say, I am no coward; I became a Romeo wayward!
Maniac, psycho and slave are abusive in Asia! I fear,
Mania! Mania! Love mania but I’m not engaged in Sicilian mafia!
But for her, she said sorry and gifted me a worry;
She arrested my youth of one and twenty!
By giving me fun at twenty and in plenty.

My train has sidelined the track for her grace...
See! I go gaga over her, so I’m in love race.
Control Freak! Entertainment freak! Music freak;
I’m crank – a love freak; I’m crack – waiting for a break;
She arrested my youth of one and twenty!
By giving me fun at twenty and in plenty.

IT is crazy, Software’s crazy, Indian navy
And a Political lobby but I, a love savvy
She is my cup of tea without any ploy or a toy
Sweet wind! Drive my love for her and with all the joy!
She arrested my youth of one and twenty!
By giving me fun at twenty and in plenty.

Lot of countries joined United Nations League,
Bunch of cricketers joined Indian Premier League...
Dear colleague! I too joined League, a Love League!
Love is a heart league yet so vague…………
She arrested my youth of one and twenty!
By giving me fun at twenty and in plenty.
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LOVE FEVER - Mania, Mania, Love Mania! (Part-1)

Submitted: Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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  • Rookie - 158 Points Kaitreena Stwert (10/31/2011 12:46:00 AM)

    excellent and every word is very impressive and I think you are the best poet and We all should appreciate your poems every time.

    IT is crazy, Software’s crazy, Indian navy
    And a Political lobby but I, a love savvy
    She is my cup of tea without any ploy or a toy
    Sweet wind! Drive my love for her and with all the joy!
    She arrested my youth of one and twenty!
    By giving me fun at twenty and in plenty.

    Most amazing lines hats off man. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 3 Points Vipins Puthooran (10/27/2011 12:30:00 PM)

    Wow, wow, I like this poem very much, , what a great write! Really superb vocab and rhymes..You write better than anyone here! I'll give you hundred mark for this, ,
    (Dear collegue, I too joined a league, a love league) Really an amazing line...
    A great write from a great writer..
    (((10*10))) (Report) Reply

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