Emperors Freedom Poem by Jinnuraine Jaigirdar

Emperors Freedom



Poet's Poetry love freedom,
Immodesty if floating In the line of idiom;
If Ruthless laughter swim in his rhythm,
Ferociousness unleash in the Poets schism;
If they love silence in prison,
The empire is veiled, subjugation hangs in reason.

My frugality glows with laughter,
Inferiority of a forbidden village is my rafter;
An alliance of intoxication shook my chapter,
My dress is full of modesty as pastor;
In my smile there is a dazzling captor,
The capability of a nation, blind by pester,
I am the lion, emperor of the beasts, the glowing vaster,
I am the emperor, I have madness, I love freedom bluster.

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