THE RHYME, MY GREATEST CRIME - By JVL NARASIMHA RAO INDIA

THE RHYME, MY GREATEST CRIME

For an immature poet like me the rhyme
Becomes the greatest crime
I want to write a poem on a piece of soap
Or the greatness of the Italian Pope
I talk about the faithfulness of a pet dog
Or the great utility of a school bag
I can write a poem on a match stick
Since I feel, for poetry there is no yardstick
Somebody thinks my poetry is rather Awkward
I can no longer go any forward
He feels my poetry is meant for un-schooled
I don’t think I am even a bit fooled
He opines my poems are mere mush
And I am making unnecessary fuss
In fact I am very much cooled
Because I think I am correctly ruled.


- Written by: JVL NARASIMHA RAO INDIA

This poem can be used for free as long as the name of the author is included and the author is given credit.
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2 comments:

Weslley Almeida said...

Your poetry is great. Congratulations!

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