The Readers Are Semi God Poem by Mehta Hasmukh Amathaal

The Readers Are Semi God

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In the sense that they are bearing load
The material in the form of poem
Which may not be of any test to them?

Why should they read then?
This question pertinently struck mind even
I thought over it again and again
Yes that led me to believe with pain

Poet’s mind is set with some theme
It strikes as if comes from sun’s beam
It requires weaver’s touch and go
With words, metaphors like river flow

Readers find themselves at cross road
Some of the concepts may be wide or broad
It may need same approach as poet’s had thought
Else it may fail to impress or desired result is not brought

So both poets and readers need synchronization
Some kind of understanding and bond with realization
Quick sense of grasping and intention to deliver
With all kind of support as strong believer

I face and receive critical as well as favorable comments
I loose no head and respect their wishes for the moment
Try to see the reasons behind and give full justice
Take full care of their sentiments and see no more misses

I never try to pull down any reader
Go as much near as I could do to offer
The explanation that can satisfy his doubts
The theme, its origination and thoughts

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 17 August 2013

Catherin Kate Nice.Thankz dear for sharing :) about an hour ago via mobile · Unlike · 1

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 18 August 2013

Sadiqullah Khan Many poets evolve a style of their own. Hasmukh's poetry is long lines, stanzas/paragraphs, and detail. He says that whatever comes from heart is poetry. 10 minutes ago · Unlike · 1

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 18 August 2013

George T. Everette I'm a big fan of brevity in poetry, but all the words you leave out make is kind of klunky, like an engine that has the timing off. Example: about an hour ago · Unlike · 1

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 18 August 2013

George T. Everette Readers find themselves at (a) cross road Some of the concepts may be wide or broad It may need (the) same approach as poet's had thought Else it may fail to impress or desired (,) (the) result is not brought(.) about an hour ago · Edited · Unlike · 1

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 18 August 2013

George T. Everette Sorry, the formatting will not let me use paragraph function. about an hour ago · Unlike · 1

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 18 August 2013

Sadiqullah Khan So both poets and readers need synchronization Some kind of understanding and bond with realization Quick sense of grasping and intention to deliver With all kind of support as strong believer.........true, Hasmukh Amathalal a few seconds ago · Unlike · 1

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathaal

Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India
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