Magadha Rani

Rating: 4.33
Rating: 4.33

Magadha Rani Comments

Akhtar Jawad 19 December 2019

Magadha Rani has a lot of talent as a poetess. I hope soon she will be one of the most popular poetesses at poemhunter

3 2 Reply
Dr Dillip K Swain 30 December 2019

Poetess Magadha's short and simple poems are so sweet. I like her poetry. May God bless her!

3 2 Reply
Mahtab Bangalee 30 January 2020

Magadha Rani Magnanimous heart of poetic expression Anyone can come to read and enjoy this Glorious writings quench the thirsty heart And revive the dead soul of literature Daniel she is in her literary criticism Hails all to the ocean of wisdom Accordingly love and munificent heart Radiance there in her name Adornment finds poetic fame Nectarine the stream of her poetry Illuminate all by her ink of holy

2 1 Reply
Gajanan Mishra 29 February 2020

Radiance there in name itself, true

0 1 Reply
Geeta Radhakrishna Menon 03 March 2020

A noble and generous Poetess as pure as a lotus flower. Wish you the very best in life Magadha and remain blessed always. With warmest regards.

0 1 Reply
Chinedu Dike 03 April 2021

Warmest greetings for Easter. Remain enriched.

0 0 Reply
Daniel Sick 14 April 2020

The best poet on this site with zero poems. Should be #1.

0 0 Reply
Flea market 19 March 2020

????????????????????????????????????????????????

0 0 Reply

Cath Mooresville NYC CD????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

0 0 Reply

?????????????????????????????????

1 0 Reply
POEM OF THE DAY
Bantry Bay

On the eighteenth of October we lay in Bantry Bay,
All ready to set sail, with a fresh and steady gale:
A fortnight and nine days we in the harbour lay,
And no breeze ever reached us or strained a single sail.
Three ships of war had we, and the great guns loaded all;
But our ships were dead and beaten that had never feared a foe.
The winds becalmed around us cared for no cannon ball;
They locked us in the harbour and would not let us go.

On the nineteenth of October, by eleven of the clock,
The sky turned black as midnight and a sudden storm came on--
Awful and sudden--and the cables felt the shock;
Our anchors they all broke away and every sheet was gone.
The guns fired off amid the strife, but little hope had we;
The billows broke above the ship and left us all below.
The crew with one consent cried 'Bear further out to sea,'
But the waves obeyed no sailor's call, and we knew not where to go.

She foundered on a rock, while we clambered up the shrouds,
And staggered like a mountain drunk, wedged in the waves almost.
The red hot boiling billows foamed in the stooping clouds,
And in that fatal tempest the whole ship's crew were lost.
Have pity for poor mariners, ye landsmen, in a storm.
O think what they endure at sea while safe at home you stay.
All ye that sleep on beds at night in houses dry and warm,
O think upon the whole ship's crew, all lost at Bantry Bay.
...

Magadha Rani Popularity

POEMHUNTER.COM
Writing a poem is not about bringing some words together to create some charming sentences. It's so much deeper than that. Writing poetry is a bridge that allows people to express their feelings and make others live every single word they read. Poetry is to educate people, to lead them away from hate to love, from violence to mercy and pity. Writing poetry is to help this community better understand life and live it more passionately. PoemHunter.com contains an enormous number of famous poems from all over the world, by both classical and modern poets. You can read as many as you want, and also submit your own poems to share your writings with all our poets, members, and visitors.

Magadha Rani Popularity

BEST POETS
Close
Error Success