Somanathan Iyer


Poetry and Poets


Finding its place among the front row of
most captivating charms the humans crave for
Stands tall the subject called ‘POETRY’
Created by poets for humans to rejoice
At times even for Gods for resurgence
Poetry has everything and lacks nothing
Seen as a painting it has all the colors
Seen as a toffee it has all the sweetness
Seen as a recipe it has all the spices
Seen as a dance it has all the moves
Seen as a song it has all the tunes
Seen as a creation it has all the beauties
Seen as a beauty it has all the charms
The flow of words with all their glow
Enchants the minds and endure the times
Interpreted in different ways
Poetry is the fodder for tired minds
Poets the creators don the roll of parents
Poems are our children poets are relatives
The laurels and snarls received for poems
Induce the confidence embarks the endurance

Submitted: Thursday, July 04, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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