Treasure Island

Selva Santosh


sonnet- Gurus For Subjective(or) For Worldactive(In Tamil Nadu, India) -


I asking God for not been in TN(a)
a good achievement teacher(b)
i oft doubt in commons in subjects(c)
they did say 'i don't know'(d)

I request all gurus to ON(on internet) (a)
to clear doubts not be easily in easy chair(b)
you should be the objects (c)
of students; so don't say 'no'(d)

a teacher should be a continuous student(e)
a student should be an advance teacher(f)
if there is this content(e)
Then, there is no pressure(f)

the teachers and students never get partiality each other(g)
then, we overcome states, countries any other(g)

Submitted: Sunday, February 23, 2014

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rhyming scheme in this poem is: abcd abcd efef gg

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