Harindhar Reddy

Freshman - 904 Points (Sept/19/1983 / Haliya, Hyderabad, India)

Pop King Michel Jackson Came Alive - Dual-Rvierse-Etheree - Poem by Harindhar Reddy

(Adventure with Devices: Anti-climax & Climax.....)
Yabba dabba doo! Samba drums, rondo
Rounds, rondel rhymes of sonata as
Shakira discoed Roboisa
For French Picasso frescoed -
Sensei - A cat to rats,
Lion to deers, life to
Good, death to bad,
Chum to you,
A whiz
Rumba -
Wacko Jacko
Hop-hoops with moon walks
While Brahma creates Bahai -
A Bric-brac, dotty crack, taught
n00bs,180 jimdandies, tied to no
Field, drizzle-mizzled Gita - won hearts
Tippy with smiles in the age plastic - Zazz!

Loony preppies, Zany zombies and famed
Varros - You're born wits, Palsy-walsy
Wiz-kits, smiling with clocking in
The sun - if I got to grade,
You'd get numero uno,
Bish-bosh-bash, Shabaash!
Whirr! Alpha and
Omega flew
In birds'
Ideas stirred,
Swami's speech blurred,
Hawking's brain erred -
Sun's Glamour tattered,
Ash-boughs quiver-quavered
As sky thunder-showered in
Me. Hara-kiri, end came like
Tsunami - mind all joys we shared with
Tears in eyes we depart, sayonara.

(Dedicated to Heather Burns as a token of Friendship)

by Harindhar Reddy (c) copyrights @ Harindhar Reddy

Topic(s) of this poem: teacher

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Glossary/Novel words
Stanza 1: 1) Yabba dabba doo = an exclamatory word! 2) Sonata = a musical composition of 3 or 4 movements of contrasting forms 3) A musical form that is often a sonata 4) frescoed = painted 5) Sansei = a teacher of martial arts (here a teacher) 6) whiz Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field 7) zing = dynamism 8) wacko = an eccentric or mad man 9) Jacko = Michel Jackson 10) Bahai = a teacher 11) bric-brac = A clipped word for bric-a-brac (used for adjustment of syllables) 12) n00bs = Any new participant in some activity (here pupils) 13) jimdandies = someone excellent of their kind 14) drizzle-mizzled = showered (a new reduplicative word formed) 15) Gita = Bhagavadgita (A holy book) , here teaching good things 16) Zazz! = exclamatory word expressing grief!

Stanza 2: 1) Loony preppies, Zany zombies = crazy students 2) Varro = famous scholar 3) Palsy-walsy Wiz-kits = friendly and talented pupils 4) numero uno = number one,5) Bish-bosh-bash = an exclamatory word! 6) Shabaash = praiseworthy (a loan word from Hindi) 7) Alpha and Omega flewIn birds' Flight! = Time passed quickly 8) Swami = Vivekananda 9 (Stephen) Hawking = theoretical physicist 10) quiver-quavered = shook or frightened (reduplicative word coined) 11) Hara-kiri = Ritual suicide 12) sayonara = good bye. siss = hissing Sound (here kissing sound) '4) 24/7 = 24 hours in a day and seven days in a week (all the time) 5) myna = a singing bird 6) tantra and Mantra = in a magical spell 7) Twirr = idiosyncratic word (compare with Whirr) 8) Uju Buju Suck another Juju = Chanting a magic spell 9) ji = Loan word from Hindi 10) hara-kiri = Ritual suicide by self-disembowelment on a sword;

Form: Etheere: The Etheree is a popular internet verse form, it can be found mentioned at most sites that provide verse form descriptions. It is a simple progressive syllabic verse. It is attributed to American poet Etheree Taylor Armstrong and can be found at Poetry Base and Shadow Poetry.

The Etheree is:
a decastich. (10 line poem)
syllabic,1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 syllables per line.
focused on 1 idea or subject.

Double Etheree is 2 Etherees back to back making up one poem. The syllable count is 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1.
Reverse Etheree is simply an Etheree turned upside down. The syllable count begins with 10 and sequentially runs thru 1.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 19, 2012

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 13, 2014

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