swetha vankayalapati

Silence at Daybreak

In darks, in prolific sands with sprinkles of rain,
Springs up a greening deed, the seed with a grin!

Teeny it learns of its teeming plants, is a part
Of plant, a silent kingdom; rivers visit
Pour waters to its stems to grow green;
Its painted in colours with sunlights strewn,
It plans climates and drives them in time;
Healthy it is to lead a team called forests
For guests ‘animals' to arrest in caress.

Seed with a grin, sighs rejoicing!
Prays for dawn to break in! !

Teeny it learns of its teeming plants, outsiders
Search sweet aroma for food, so stand that side;
To erect in heights strong to direct rough winds,
to blow soft breezes in widths;
To grow in lengths, wood for home,
flute for music, all for kids;
if its unique, its cut down to bonsai art,
carried out to musuems, for all folks;

Seed with a grin, looks in..
For dawn in no mean! !

Teeny it learns of its teeming plants, latex
Of it is as rubber in use, fibre of it use in textile;
To shine in daylights; enlighten a soul out of daydreams,
To dance in seasons with clinging flowers for pollens!
These positive notes energise medicine origins.
Roars of factories use electricity of coal,
From ur burrial sands, after many years long;
Further turn to crude petrol, for road vechiles' roll.

Seed with a grin, learns this grim!
In short, dawn breaks, seed breaks down! !

Submitted: Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Edited: Sunday, July 01, 2012

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  • Rookie Aditya Keerthi (8/23/2013 11:20:00 AM)

    The tender warmth of growth radiates, its grin spreading life across. Caught in the caresses of finesse, it blooms full and rosy, standing up to mighty height of beauty: -D (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 840 Points Unwritten Soul (7/20/2012 10:45:00 PM)

    This poem created with the lines of gold, shining and, meaningful....U plant it well to green in poem hunter forest with words shady the readers' smile_Unwritten Soul (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - -1 Points Tsunami Hs (6/16/2012 7:40:00 PM)

    This is a beautiful poem with a great message. I love your vocabulary and the way your words flow together (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Anele The_african_son Potelwa (umbhali_wasembo) (6/16/2012 4:26:00 AM)

    The interest is very much high standard, I appreciate the practical reflections of this write, it is one that takes the mind and soul to reality, and integrates the sophisticated joy of life and social contents, at some point it sounded as if you raise a concern, and regarless, this write still has that spark that shines on every bit of every vers, Great, ... Very amazing!

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  • Rookie - 502 Points Kaila George (6/14/2012 1:10:00 AM)

    This is a beautiful poem explained in all its detail of wonder, its a beautiful write and I take my hat off to you in appreciation of how your penmenship is so well put, thank you so much for sharing.10+++ (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 840 Points Unwritten Soul (6/12/2012 12:14:00 AM)

    I really like the intro, it has a kick to start...welcoming readers to continue...like the whole write too, just keep on good work! ! i am sure more to come soon_Unwritten Soul (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Kanishk Gupta (6/11/2012 8:03:00 AM)

    It is not very often that I see such strong and profound verses flowing so smoothly into another one without losing its powerful yet subtle message. The metaphorical and yet the actual journey of the seed's grim realization of the harsh truth of today's reality is not something that the reader cannot partake in. Thank you for such a wonderful poem. (Report) Reply

  • Bronze Star - 6,620 Points Edward Kofi Louis (6/11/2012 4:16:00 AM)

    Great piece of work. Thanks for sharing it with us. Keep on writing and, let us learn from you as well.

    E.K.L. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Kasia Fedyk (6/9/2012 12:50:00 PM)

    I was just thinking about you and about to read some of your incredible work :) Thank you!
    I am speechless to even express how this poem makes me feel, it is beautiful and you have taken me with you on this journey along your heart. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 299 Points Harindhar Reddy (6/8/2012 10:17:00 AM)

    Your poem is intriguing and entrancing. It pulled the string of my heart. There is hidden meaning in which poet conveyed with subtlety.

    Seed with a grin, learns this grim!
    In short, dawn breaks, seed breaks down!

    Your poem shows your matured mind though you are just a young adult. I hope you contribute more to poetry. Hats off! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie June Walker (6/8/2012 12:43:00 AM)

    A very interesting poem with lovely feeling for the greenery around us. Very unusual use of language which is good to find.. And I love the phrase 'silent kingdom'. (Report) Reply

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