Indira Renganathan


Indira Renganathan Poems

1281. Words 5/27/2015
1282. World 1/19/2012
1283. World Peace 8/20/2008
1284. Writing 5/2/2008
1285. You Are My Best Poem Dear 2/27/2016
1286. Your Attention Please 4/20/2008
1287. Zodiac 6/15/2008
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Alankar(Decor) -87

A Recipe(Uneven Couplet) -
The uneven couplet is paired lines of different length
rhymed or unrhymed, metered or unmetered.


A Recipe

That you would relish I'm sure
This recipe try it with pleasure

Clean the insight in time sufficient
Wash off anger, enmity and hate

Put the mind on the burning heart
Put in the thoughts all to melt

Ladle in between a large of intellect
Stir in hope a heapful amount

Let all blend with a bliss intent
Until valour and courage result

Throw meantime in the flaming heart
Burnt to ashes filth...

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The Hay(na) ku or Jánakú is an invented verse form inspired by the haiku that is measured
by number of words instead of syllables. It was introduced in 2003 by Eileen Tabios,
the then pulisher of Meritage Press. The name Haynaku is the Tagalog equivalent of Oh My God!
The elements of the Hay(na) ku are:
a tristich, a poem written in 3 lines.
measured by number of words, L1 is one word, L2 is two words and L3 is three words.
There is no restriction on number of syllables in the words

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