hamid kareem

Rookie - 45 Points (june 23 / nigeria)

In My Land And Home - Poem by hamid kareem

My land and home
Perfect as perfect could be
Though less colorful to many a painters gaze
Alas! Tis as perfect as perfect could be

My land of the midday sun
It stands all high and darkness comes at night
I know tmay be hot for some restless polar’s
But tis as perfect as perfect could be
The sun at its time like life comes and goes
And darkness like death offers respite

In my land of colorful tan and richness
We live without fear of flood or quakes
As nature almost perfected here reside
Tis never too hot or never too cold
But rather switches are vereine
Come rain come sunshine tis never too odd
As all is balanced in my land and home

Comments about In My Land And Home by hamid kareem

  • (4/12/2008 11:57:00 AM)

    better than anything i can write i like reading poems but i cant write them (Report) Reply

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  • (4/8/2008 10:16:00 AM)

    A few spelling mistakes but I am sure you of the non tongue am doing so well...

    Let me disseminate some more...

    In my land of colourful tan of richness makes more sense if as 'In my land of colourful tan, 'AND', richness'

    An english baddy as is my ozzy colourful youth.(colourful being my tongue, as is colorful america's)

    switches are extremes... let them be so... But rather switches OF extremes, or switches feel serene, or 'switches are vereine'(I think personally this fits) ...

    Vereine - a german noun, a union, association, or society.

    Fits just nicely.

    Don't you?
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  • (4/7/2008 6:31:00 AM)

    a poem as perfect, perfect could be...
    you have thousand toungues
    to talk about your home land, hamid
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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 7, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, April 14, 2008

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