Mula Veereswara Rao

Rookie - 0 Points (16-01-1965 / Amalapuram, East godavari, Ap, India)

Diary Of A Convent School Boy - Poem by Mula Veereswara Rao

The diary of a convent boy

The boy wakes up
Before cock coos!

Boy's enjoyment of butterflies
blocked by bundle of books

At 9 am:

He will take seat in Auto-rickhaw
like a bird with broken wings,
leaving sparrows at home!

In the school,
He listens maths, science, english
and geography!
No room for
Music, poetry and drawing!

Evening
He has to run for ranks,
leaving river banks alone,
Development of intuition
impeded as he has to go to 'tuition'

At night,
His dreams of flying flowers,
Shades of rainbows are stumbled
as boy's Daily progress review by
Adults is going on..............

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 16, 2010



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