Lei Blade

Rookie - 25 Points (23rd May1990 / Udaipur)

Corrupt Clergy - Poem by Lei Blade

Children Loose Their Existence
In The Classrooms, When
Their Doubts Are Answered With
Anger And Mere Perception.

Dull Movement Retains Stoppage.
Souls Scattered Along, Like Broken Glass,
Transformed in Burdenous Life
Endures in Depression Afterwards.

Miserable Hearts Not Of Pupil,
But, Of The Shepherd Tending Them,
Swearing By Gods Old And New
Fortune And Faults Have Fallen From The Stem.

And The Concerned Moral Support
Is Nowhere To Be Found.....

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I wrote it on 18th july,2012, when my english teacher was red with anger as i had tried to propose a new theory in literature of 'Abstract Images'.

Comments about Corrupt Clergy by Lei Blade

  • Saadat Tahir (8/24/2012 4:44:00 AM)

    rebellious and challenging ideals....
    a threat to entrenched and ossified ways of thought......will surely lead to trouble in any sphere of human endeavor....

    the poison chalice is eager to the lip...

    yes, ....the upper case.....!
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  • (8/18/2012 8:14:00 AM)

    You seem not to like your teachers too much. I like this, if you like abstract poetry there are many poets who write
    this way, the imagist school, or poets who reject traditional syntax, or the many poets who write haikus and mostly reject standard grammar, so you are not alone. Just one small point, I`m not too sure why so much is written here in the upper case, but that`s just my personal opinion. Good poem.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 18, 2012

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