Supriya Prathapan

Rookie - 263 Points (New Delhi)

Supriya Prathapan Poems

1. The Terrorist 5/21/2009
2. Uncle Tony And His Workouts 10/4/2009
3. Global Warming 4/18/2010
4. Dreams 9/21/2010
5. Delhi 9/30/2010
6. Madame Jealousy 2/29/2012
7. Examination 3/22/2012
8. Rhymee Rhapsody 7/5/2012
9. Hypocrisy 4/13/2013
10. Uptown Girl 6/25/2015
11. My Friend (Dirge) 6/25/2015
12. Mr.Timothy 6/26/2015
13. Once A Convict, Always A Convict (Limerick) 6/29/2015
14. Sanskin (Limerick) 6/29/2015
15. Wicked Witch (Limerick) 6/29/2015
16. Duncan The Dog (Limerick) 6/29/2015
17. Jane Austen 7/3/2015
18. Beaver 7/15/2015
19. Shel 7/15/2015
20. Binny 7/15/2015
21. The Princess And The Sorceress 6/24/2015
22. Stop Being You And Start Being Me. 5/16/2013
23. Grumbly And Mark 10/29/2012
24. Johnny Juggler's Belly 2/20/2013
25. Corruption In India 10/22/2011
26. The Kindergarten Kid 5/24/2009
27. Beautiful Blonde (Limerick) 6/29/2015
28. Education (Acrostic) 6/24/2015
29. Commonwealth Games,2010 11/9/2009
30. Relationships 3/24/2010
31. Terrorist 5/21/2009
32. Wealth 4/13/2009
33. Neighbours 9/6/2012
34. Road Traffic In Delhi 10/26/2012
35. My Students 3/21/2010
36. Telecommunication 3/28/2010
37. Nature 4/12/2009
38. Early In The Morning 7/17/2012
39. Mr. Politician 7/24/2012
40. Ode To Shakespeare 3/11/2009
Best Poem of Supriya Prathapan

Beauty And Brains

‘All that glitters is not gold! ’
Yet it is believed and often told,
That ‘A thing of beauty is a joy forever’,
Then why does a beautiful woman need to be clever?

For the lovely Lida, Lord Zeus turned into a swan,
Consequently, the beautiful Helen was born.
She became the cause of the Trojan war,
Alas! The great Greek men thought she was worth dying for.

Cleopatra had all the mighty Romans at her feet,
For Beauty’s sake poor Honour has often acceded defeat.
Then why should ‘A Beauty’ bother her brain?
After all she’ll get everything without any ...

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Ode To Shakespeare

If of English Literature, you are a connoisseur,
It is impossible to overlook the works of ‘William Shakespeare’.
Through poetry and drama, he earned his high repute,
The dead bard still reigns the literary world, without dispute.

'Jealousy' and ‘Revenge’ are the underlying themes of ‘Othello’ and ‘Hamlet’,
A tribute to ‘Love’ is ‘Romeo and Juliet’.
His works depict a variety of human emotions,
After analyzing them, people express different views and notions.

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