MS. NIVEDITA BAGCHI SPC. UK.
~ Ma Mama Ma Mama Ma Maaaa! ~ - Poem by MS. NIVEDITA BAGCHI SPC. UK.
~ Ma Mama Ma Mama Ma Maaaa! ~
23 November 2010
Into ~ After reading several comments I humbly give backdropp of this poem.
In poetry much experimentation are going on and critiques are categorizing in various ways like Realism Surrealism Modernism Romanticism etc.
To be honest no poetry can be canopied under one canvas and there will be pits where other flavors fill up.
Here I’ve used Satire Rasa [please Google for meaning] in anxious canvas ~ niv
Frame n’ fill
Fill n’ frame
Or both or none
Or myriad mosaic? 
Its dialectal dilemma
Info from you wanna ~
Fiesta Flora n’ Fauna? 
Pro forma? 
Result: This page can’t be displayed. 
Is but emotional Watergate! 
Tote poetic Prana
Melt in marijuana
Dive with diva coma
Zero all punctuation n’ comma
Tweet from formless psychosoma
Ma Mama ~ Mama Ma
Ma Maaaa! 
No not I? 
Glossary with humility I’m giving what I tried to express:
 Frau [German] Woman.
 Tehara [Romany]: Young girl [Pre puberty].
 Gitana: Spanish female Gypsy.
 Prez: Short form of President.
 Casanova: An Italian adventurer who wrote vivid accounts of his sexual encounters [1725-1798].
 Ikebana: Japanese art of flower arrangement.
 Bema: Area around the altar of a church for the clergy and choir.
 Goma: A city in eastern Congo.
 Roma: Capital and largest city of Italy.
 Proxima: The nearest star to the sun; distance: 4.3 light years.
 Watergate: A political scandal involving abuse of power and bribery and obstruction of justice; led to the resignation of Richard Nixon in 1974.
 Tote: Carry with difficulty.
 Prana: Life force in Hindu teachings.
 Archiearticulation: First articulation.
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