Kranthi Pothineni


Song of Love


Sing a song of love
With your loving dove
And let the song rove
Let this world move
To your hearts cove

Make your song couch
Love inside hearts pouch
And let your song vouch
About your loving touch
To clear all the lives botch

Play the song loud
Make your love proud
And fly with cloud
To the land of gold
Even when world is cold

Let your hearts sing
With its open wing
So your souls ring
With a lot of zing
When love is king

Love is hearts emission
Sing it with passion
Even in recession
To reach your mission
Just sing, song of love

Submitted: Sunday, March 15, 2009

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  • Rookie Carl Harris (3/17/2009 10:21:00 AM)

    This is unquestionalbly one of the very best poems I have ever read by an Asiatic writer, Kranthi. I immediately liked your using the same rhyme for all the lines of most of your verses, an effective and often difficult technique for many writers. Another thing I admired was that it was not an overly long and rambling poem, but one with clearly defined verses, giving it a far more reader friendly and overall better presentation. I loved most of the lines in this fine poem, but think your ending line would sound a bit better if you made it, 'Just sing thy song of love! ' In romantic poems such as this, the occasional use of Old English words, like Shakespeare's, really enhance a poem. It's something to remember for your future romantic poems. Carl. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 457 Points Louis Rams (3/15/2009 8:45:00 PM)

    when you have a song in your heart, you must sing to your hearts content.
    for in your heart there is so much to say, than in poetry, what better way.

    a ten my friend

    my last two poems which i put on are ' you are not alone'
    and ' the vision'
    if you have the time to read these two and comment and rate (Report) Reply

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