Mazid S Kazi , INDIA

Freshman - 617 Points (8\10\1951 / S A Q, Karnatak India)

A Mumbai City - Poem by Mazid S Kazi , INDIA

Mumbai has an excellent beauty and glory of its own.
It is an enchanting and all colours material world.
In the whole world it is very popular and well known.
It is the main business and film centre of the world.

Mumba Devi blessed to Mumbai and Haji Ali graced to it.
All states men of India live in this holy place of Goddess.
To dwell all the citizens here is very wonderful and fit.
In Mumbai the rich and the poor all live together equally.

Rush rush rush, people belong to different careers of life.
They run from morning to evening for their daily living.
On the busy journey of life they find peace but no strife.
Sweet golden words of Marathi make them to live happily.

Maharashtra state is lucky to have the fantastic Mumbai city.
Daily visitors come to see historical places and its majesty.
Rays of the sun nicely reflect this city from the sea in reality.
It is surrounded by ocean full of sailing ships and boats.

Who knows! Who knows! What a wonderful city it is!
A magical busy crowded mass disappear every moment.
All are unknown but every one has a kind heart and pity.
Man-Woman of Mumbai has a large heart to welcome all.

Gate way of India, Taj Mahal Hotel and such other places.
Look so charming when pigeons and peacocks twitter round.
Every one will be fascinated by this fine sight of graces.
Trains, motors and cars flow like rivers in the body of the city.

Military, Navy and Airforce safe guard the city strongly.
Police-force controls its locality and its new comers.
Maharashtra Govt. is aware of all and none can act wrongly.
Our Mumbai city is one of the richest cities of the world.

Topic(s) of this poem: passion

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 8, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 23, 2017

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