Bards Today. Poem by Tajudeen Shah

Bards Today.

Rating: 5.0

Nature remains bathed
In tolerance's glory,
Man has learnt
Perseverance and forgiveness.
Earth is sure the planet
Blessed the most,
With a massive mass
Immersed in praises sound.
Immortal are words by fate,
Though tired of ages,
Whether on puny papyrus
Or on masked zeros and ones.
Let us, bards, all traverse
Together for a cause noble;
Exploring virgin wilderness
Of emotions and passions.
Be you all in delights dense,
Knowing man's minds and moods.
Let humanity dine upon
The nectar of absolute love.

Saturday, September 27, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: love
Mohammad Skati 27 September 2014

A true poem in its truth. True feelings and emotions.

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Akhtar Jawad 19 October 2014

Tajudeen I was amazed to read this pom, what a poet you are, I am ashamed I did not read you earlier......10

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Geetha Jayakumar 16 October 2014

Wonderful write...Beautiful lines.... Let humanity dine upon The nectar of absolute love.... Nature and its beauty had been ever in passion for poets. Yes, still many things are left us to sing. Many songs are today sung on wars, blood, crime, destruction of nature. It seems nature is loosing its beauty or my eyes couldn't see its beauty. A thoughtful write which left me thinking. Loved reading it.

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Xxxx Xxxx 09 October 2014

it's well turned. it has his own style, i think a bit epic...well done

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Soulful Heart 03 October 2014

thanx for making us a part of the collective potions of passions new that folds itself in the nectar of sweet words....since the age of ethereal papyrus till the digital virtual scrolls and some other form yet to come.. long live the bards of all times....

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Valsa George 28 September 2014

For long bards have been praising Nature and its beauty..... Let us now move on to man himself.... his moods and passions! But don't you think, all these have been subjects of poetry since time immemorial! I don't think a single aspect of Nature and man has been left out by poets! Enjoyed this write, Tajudeen!

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