swetha vankayalapati

From Sands Of Time-Spirits Of Pioneers - Poem by swetha vankayalapati

1.In the verses of venom
the blood of unquenching supremacy,
crested and perched
on meadowlands under
deemed stardusts!

2.Thy gambled the nerves
of the settlers to somnolence
in peace of delusion! !

But in aversion...

a Featherstitch soleness
among them endeavoured
to rinse clans,
mumble heirs of twilights
and rise wings for new dawn
for freedom from adversity
with truth as eternity! !
its compendious-Independence! ! !

3.Savour of thy sands
sing truth songs in voices
for souls of offsprings
to ignite further....
for freedom from adversity
with truth as eternity! ! !

Poet's Notes about The Poem

The first stanza reminds how explorers(blood of unquenching supremacy) invaded many islands in the name of spices(meadowlands) for actual power.

The second stanza assures they(thy) were able to conquer because the island people(settlers) acknowledged their ways(somnolence) .But few of them learnt the melancholy and worked together(featherstitch soleness) to rinse differences between them, shut the superstitious mouths for new hopes of freedom with the principle of truth.This stanza ends declaring 'its complete story of independence from slavery.'

The third stanza calls for an attention of the new generations to take the principle truth ahead to safeguard themsleves from ruths, from the voices in sands of the featherstitch soleness(thy) .

Henceforth, different pioneers have different impressions on time yet the pioneers arouse with a cause have their pricinples as savours in sands of time.Thus, every peace won, after war bespeeches 'there are unhealed wounds bring the medicine of truth'.

I had earlier written this poem incomprehensible.I thank my readers who have revealed this and their truthfulness made me rewrite it with changes.

Comments about From Sands Of Time-Spirits Of Pioneers by swetha vankayalapati

  • (5/10/2014 4:12:00 AM)

    I think and felt that this is a mystic poem and definitions on the poem is given in the following lines below the poem is understood.It is upto the poet to use the words and she must be thankful in giving the definitions through the text. Nice and good poem and enjoyed in that spirit. (Report) Reply

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  • Captain Cur (7/17/2012 6:53:00 AM)

    Reminds me of Whitman's Oh! Pioneers.
    An amazing title and a very well structured
    write revealing the past, the work necessary
    to maintain liberty in the present and the
    promise and fruition of freedom in the future.
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  • Oludipe Oyin Samuel (7/13/2012 9:08:00 AM)

    my mind held a squint to crack its meaning until I had the note. Still, it's commendable for the truth held (Report) Reply

  • (6/16/2012 4:46:00 AM)

    Where It Is Written: Poet's Notes About The Poem. I Do not write a thing there, because most often people write the meaning of the poem,

    But I have the belief that, every reader has his own comprehension of the poem, other than that of the writter, henceforth I do not limit the readers ability of giving their own discretion, You can write about a dog, but the reader might understand from a cat's perception so I really wanted to dis-agree with Honorable Kuo And Sir Wynn

    None_The_Less, This write to me appears to be in much soul and spirit other than a practical reflection, From Sands Of Time, To Spirits Of Pioneer The analysis I were to bring just on this title, given that I had not read the poem, the amount of time it takes for a human soul to be turned into a pioneer spirit, based on what they left to this world, and the influence they had to the world and not that I say that's what the poem is about, but if I read henceforth the poem I can really relate from the verses too:

    Savour Of Thy Sands
    Sing Truth Songs Of Voices
    To ignite further
    For freedom and adversity
    With truth as eternity

    I can really relate to this stanza, based on my won discretion and not that of who wrote it, after all poetry is also about understand what one does not understand

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  • Vincent Kuo (6/14/2012 7:26:00 AM)

    I'm afraid I mus agree with Bob Wynn below, I don't quite grasp what this poem is about... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, June 15, 2012

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