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College Rhyme by Ritu Varna Very silly but interesting like a nursery rhyme. [44 words]
College Rhyme2 by Ritu Varna Silly beautiful college rhyme. [38 words]
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Thoughts by Kirsten McManus This was published in Mandala. [63 words]
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Seventh Hour (Part 3) by Kirsten McManus - [130 words]
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TITLE (EDIT)
Sweet Reality
DESCRIPTION
A poem which makes the poet take a more realistic view of the world, a change of attitude as the poet moves from the pink view of the world during teenage to a more realistic view of adulthood.
[214 words]
AUTHOR
Ritu Varna
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hello a very simple author here.
[October 2001]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (2)
College Rhyme (Poetry) Very silly but interesting like a nursery rhyme. [44 words] [Comedy]
College Rhyme2 (Poetry) Silly beautiful college rhyme. [38 words] [Comedy]
Sweet Reality
Ritu Varna

Above above in a cloud
Like a fairy singing loud
The music of the planets meet
Above the earth is my seat.

Majestic is the mighty sea
And those rising tides I see
Reveals a thousand secrets to me
Of heaven and earth sorrow free

Wonders wonders hidden beneath
Of mermaids songs and dolphins neat
If life is apretty summertime
this music in my heart will rhyme

Beautiful is my cutte litle earth
here sorrow and happiness takes its birth
when light and darkness harmonise
Naked reality reveals its size

Fascinating glory reveals the sunset
But soon darkness weaves its nest
But if not the world in darkness drown
How could the moon the heavens crown

Behold the casuarina soaked in rain
Mysteriously beautiful it adorns the lane
The drop like thousand glow worms glow
Beneath the neons fabulous flow

What is a glow worm before the light
That drowns the place in whiteness bright
But the beauty of this shining spot
Is to the lamps eye an itching mote

The music of the pebbly streams
Oft makes me sing while in fantasy dreams
Gathering the pebbles from its sand
I find a treasure in my hand

Pebbles in thousand number lies
Mixed with sand exposed to the skies
In the yard without care
But by the stream is its beauty so rare

Tears that brought flood takes a new turn
And all the silly obsessions burn
Ah! dispersion brings a rainbow bright
And showers on me the sweet realitys light

 

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"Very poetic,very rhyming The poem has a musical quality" -- sandhya, Trivandrum, kerala, India.
"I like the poem for its simplicity,and feeling of amazement" -- laiju, Texas, Texas, USA.
"simple,jingling,nice imagery" -- mehrdad, Shiraz, Iran, Iran.

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 2001 Ritu Varna
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
October 2001
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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