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  • 253.
    Krishna's Song

    I see a sea of people
    Not remorseful of being ordinary
    Purposeful of their daily ventures
    Unmindful of the greatest irony
    Where will it lead?
    This toll that is occupying them for so long
    Will it lead to liberation?
    Will it pave a way out of forlorn?
    Or will they struggle forever to live a life of dignity
    Caress their egos as they toil hard in strife of impunity

    I see a myriad of colors, over the water of the sea
    yet to be explored, given this human alibi
    unmindful of their fate
    oblivious of the daftness of the world
    Making merry out of the water, the sea and
    the blessings of the rays of the sun
    When the inconscient, the imagined and immature, chroma can be so pure

    What's wrong with the humanity
    Who have been given all the tools to explore
    Where is the search of the life within their natural shields
    and this beautiful spectrum which is yet to be revealed

    Out you can grow, but a tiny dust of the cosmos you are
    You may war for innumerable lifetimes
    and even not cause even one scar
    in the face of the creation in it's albeit grandeur form
    grime you are, grime you shall be
    Unless you acknowledge the spirit
    and search for life's intensity to be free.

    And yet freedom will be the first step that you'd take,
    and acknowledge the gifts of the god that you'd partake
    There will be giants strides in your journey through this song
    the ballad whose sounds you had been hearing for long
    but which has as yet failed with it's intensity to burn your spirit ablaze

    It's through the complete surrender that you'd acquire Krishna's Gaze. read more »

  • 254.
    Often times I've wondered

    if a mere understanding of my surroundings
    would enhance my ability to comprehend
    the irony of reality.
    Yet read more »

  • 255.
    e-rated poemier-ever read

    Ever read moments,
    where clapping hands cheer,
    where hungry feet melt,
    where waving trees sing, read more »

  • 256.
    My Place Within the Pines

    Out of a garden grows a verdant forest
    A forest of wounded artistry
    To be in her presence
    Is most overwhelming read more »

  • 257.
    Expression Eruption: Love is generic

    Love is generic
    Overheard overseen
    Overlaid overpaid
    Yet an overdue attention read more »

  • 258.
    First Miracle

    Her body like a pomegranate torn
    Wide open, somehow bears what must be born,
    The irony where a stranger small enough
    To bed down in the ox-tongue-polished trough read more »

  • 259.
    English ‘hope'

    ‘Spērāre' from Rome
    combines with its ‘no'
    to give us our word ‘despair'. read more »

  • 260.
    I Fancied The Muse

    I fancied the Muse of the Irony,
    for this ever-cheerless earth.
    I gave her the boundless colony:
    for soaring, romping and mirth. read more »

  • 261.

    On Sanchi hill a sedentary Buddha
    With eyes turned inward, eyes of introspection,
    Did not perceive a play of ironies
    Enacted on his lap, but I was witness: read more »

  • 262.
    Time is Ceaseless

    That is what we cannot do
    But to watch the time pass through
    Before our eyes
    It disappears and flies read more »

  • 263.
    The World Map

    Prospect in readiness, together with
    the annexation of processes,
    revealing—dissembles read more »

  • 264.

    While what sat on top
    fed on Rome,
    and Istanbul read more »

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  4. Enigma 2, RIC S. BASTASA
  5. Smart Phones, Akhil Zoomin
  6. Oh the Irony, Damian Snow
  7. Lost in the Lost Planet, Md. Ziaul Haque
  8. Education System, Jaipal Singh
  9. Vijay Vishal As An Indian English Poet, Bijay Kant Dubey
  10. I Put a Rose in Her Hand, Jeff Gangwer
  11. Skirmish with sleep, Dr.Rajendra Tela,Nirantar
  12. Love Hurts, hornam adzadu
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  14. A Flower Loses, Emmanuel George Cefai
  15. Devil's testimony, Deep Mukherjee
  16. Irony Is The Last Refuge, Shalom Freedman
  17. Ironic, Lauren B Called
  18. Irony (10w), Pradip Chattopadhyay
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  20. O.Mandelstam, Iron - translation (rus.), Lyudmila Purgina
  21. the birds in some angry people, RIC S. BASTASA
  22. Dirge, Morgan Michaels
  23. Closest Is Always The Most Fun, David Knox
  24. Oh, Irony (Haiku), William Blake Beckett
  25. In Irony We Live,, Gwen Ong
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  28. The Language Of Poetry Is Metaphor, Shalom Freedman
  29. Irony, Kaci Tami
  30. This Is A Poem Without Irony or Ambiguity, Shalom Freedman
  31. An Irony of World!, Ramesh T A
  32. Discussion Continues, MAHAMMA ADRIANNE
  33. Dialogue, Chester Maynes
  34. Irony of Things, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  35. Midnight Thunderstorm, KUNAL SETH
  36. My Poems Are Little Ironies, Shalom Freedman
  37. the courage to be human, RIC S. BASTASA
  39. (((Heated Exchanges))), Theodora (Theo) Onken
  40. All These Ironies And Inner Pains, Shalom Freedman
  41. Hidden Meaning, Anna Ragin
  42. I Stop And Wait/For A Poem, Shalom Freedman
  43. The Only Beast Out Here Is You, Robert Mahoney
  44. Spiritual world, let me be., Poppy Fry
  45. The Irony of Love, Hal Caufield
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  47. irony of nonexistence, gershon hepner
  48. All These Complaints And Sadnesses, Shalom Freedman
  49. Fate's Irony, Nathaniel Sickels
  50. A BIG IRONY!, Ramesh T A
  51. Irony, Jono Alford
  52. Beauty Formation, Atef Ayadi
  53. The Cryptic Ripple Effect., Rodney Ticharwa
  54. font color=black bAllb/ iMixedi/ uUpu/, poor lil copycat
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  58. 332, RIC S. BASTASA
  59. 328, RIC S. BASTASA
  60. nonexistence, gershon hepner
  61. Fundamental of Liar Chapter XXIV: Irony, maria sudibyo
  62. Justify, Kaitey Cat
  63. IRONY OF PEACE, Dr. Shujaat Hussain
  64. Irony, Jagannath rao Adukuri
  65. Dear Reader, Mark Eyre
  66. A Voice in the Cedar, Dick Holmes
  67. THE IRONY OF OUR LIVES, Aldo Kraas
  68. Hey Unfaithful, Nae Tyler
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  70. A Natural Reaction, Michael Pruchnicki
  71. reciprocal, Ben Paynter
  72. Irony, Dark Dellusion
  73. Irony, Yevgeny Yevtushenko
  74. ! Withitness, Michael Shepherd
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