Sanket Jain

Veteran Poet - 1,814 Points (05/06/1977 / Jalgaon)

Monorhyme On Egoistic Head - Poem by Sanket Jain

The world is full of fools' theory
Listening to them I feel weary.
Such egoistic heads tell not to worry
And at our back talk oscillatory
Bad about us, creating a crematory
Where they bury their own glory.
They have a bad attitude of sanatory
Coward, showy, deceitful, predatory.

The world is full of fools' theory
Listening to them I feel weary.
I too had such a mad hoary
Who was ready with an itinerary,
Where all bad & deceit come corollary
As she had a base habit of obfuscatory.
She knew less concepts contemporary
And thought herself vital primary.

The world is full of fools' theory
Listening to them I feel weary.
Would always ask if I hunky-dory?
We knew those emotions were vapory -
Happy, then sad, angry then nugatory!
Her emotions changed as witch's allegory,
Hate, spurn, prune are her favourite mandatory:
Now singly fights with colleagues hortatory;
Alas! Does not know her faults & category.

Listening to them I feel weary.
Would always ask if hunky-dory?
At first I tried to be a promontory
So that I can save her crematory;
Blind with pride, less corroboratory,
She spurned me having derogatory.
Now also I pity her as she is a hoary
But wish she improves her oratory.

Topic(s) of this poem: monorhyme

Form: Narrative


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Welcome to my collection of Monorhymes named "Pari Style Poems" where you can see creativity, innovation and literary devices used. Hope readers and viewers like it.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2018



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