Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
word power Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
word power that matters
Words are important
As a tool of communication
A tool on speech and debates
Word power makes it powerful.
Word power that matters
words in its correct senses
Makes ideas in good spirits
Wrong words most objectionable.
Abuse of word powers,
Objectionable it always
To create wrong impressions
Unnecessarily makes troubles
Better is limiting the words.
Great orators of the world
They used word power for change
The changes in societies
The changes in communities
Thoughts of their's ever revered.
Debates and arguments in public
word power that is important
Through which ideas are expressed
Here the most powerful idea
Through the powers of word matters.
Men of great ideas and opinions
word power they used for changes
Philosophers, teachers, and leaders
Their word power transformed the world
Before the word power of great poets,
Great thinkers, and political leaders
Changes were happened, rulers changed
Revolutions took place, word power great.
Topic of this poem: friendship
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- Daffodils, William Wordsworth
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- If, Rudyard Kipling
- Death is Nothing at All, Henry Scott Holland
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