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Charmers Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem You're Bored, You Say Andrea Dietrich Rhyme Rhyme charmers, humorous,
The World IS A Clown Christine Phillips Free verse Free verse charmers, appreciation, confidence, desire, encouraging,
Premium Member Poem The Mockingbird Janice Canerdy Rhyme Rhyme charmers, bird,
Green Lipstick Freddie Robinson Jr. Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse charmers, corruption, imagery, truth, wisdom,
Belly Full of Lies Freddie Robinson Jr. Burlesque Burlesque charmers, allegory, metaphor, truth, wisdom,
Crystals M. L. Kiser Prose Prose charmers, appreciation, beauty, earth, environment,
My India Abdul Malik Free verse Free verse charmers, home, perspective,
Blue Nile In Her Veins Subimal Sinha-Roy Rhyme Rhyme charmers, death, kiss,
Theater of Utter Charm Part 2 Walter Alter Free verse Free verse charmers, how i feel,
The Psychics cheryl hoffman Limerick Limerick charmers, humor, weather,
they left pipping stars Ode Ode charmers, art,
Premium Member Poem The Song of a Blind Man Sunlite Wanter Ballad Ballad charmers, friendship, music,
Premium Member Poem An Avian Delight Gary Smith Rhyme Rhyme charmers, bird, garden, nature,
Sprays of Lilacs Marti Sutherland Villanelle Villanelle charmers, flower,
The Thirteenth Zodiac Bonnie Jennings Free verse Free verse charmers, mythology,
Premium Member Poem Ars Poetica John lawless Prose Poetry Prose Poetry charmers, poetry,
Premium Member Poem The Pigeon Who Flew the Coop Accident-prone Eve Roper Rhyme Rhyme charmers, work,
Dust from the past Anoucheka Gangabissoon Rhyme Rhyme charmers, memory,
Two way street Sarai Virden Rhyme Rhyme charmers, brother, identity, judgement, love,
Premium Member Poem Man's Bestest Friend Jack Ellison Quatrain Quatrain charmers, animal, friend, love,
My India Abdul Malik Free verse Free verse charmers, home, perspective,
deeper DON JOHNSON Ballad Ballad charmers, adventure,
Premium Member Poem Lost Love Deliria - Part 2 Terry O'Leary Rhyme Rhyme charmers, lost love,
Between the Cherubim Robert Ludden Free verse Free verse charmers, fantasy,
Tobruk Siege DON JOHNSON Rhyme Rhyme charmers, adventure
pouch poetry 1-4 murari sinha Prose Poetry Prose Poetry charmers, love, romance, body, love,
Premium Member Poem For Shae Francine Roberts Rhyme Rhyme charmers, family
Hot Ice elijah prophet I do not know? I do not know? charmers, adventure
Environment jai Garg Free verse Free verse charmers, lifeme, winter, me, today,
rabbits chris bowen Haiku Haiku charmers, nature,

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Charmers Poem Example

My India

Let me set something straight -
Right here, right now!
Let me put India in the right perspective,
Let me banish some myths,
Some gross misconceptions,
And take you beyond elephants,
Sacred cows, snake charmers and yoga,
Beyond Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Taj Mahal,
To a civilization rooted for
over 5,000 years in the past
To a land rich - majestically rich -
In many cultures, customs and traditions,
In a bewildering variety of races,
Religions, languages and folk arts,
In a vibrant tradition of dance and music,
In religious festivals and traditional events,
In saints, sadhus, gurus and sages,
In gods, goddesses, munis and mahatmas,
In temples, palaces, shrines and monasteries;

I'll baby-steps you through a land
Of Vedas and Upanishads,
Of epic stories and incredible mythologies,
Of Ramayana, Mahabharata and Bhagavad Gita,
Through one of world's great spiritual sanctuaries,
Where religion is a way of life;

An overwhelming, complex land -
Its charm, its vitality and yes, its confusion,
Atonce alarming and enticing.
And that's the way India is:
Elusive, confusing, contradictory,
mysterious and exasperating!
Beyond easy description or analysis,
A phenomenal diversity of dress
and manners making one aware
of a different world -
A veritable fairyland!

No other country offers quite such
A spectacle of teeming masses that
continue to enrich the heritage of mankind,
Nowhere do the past and present
coexist in more colorful promiscuity -
An incomparable country,
Easy to love, hard to forget!

"There's only one India!" raved Mark Twain,
"A wonderland of fabulous wealth
and fabulous poverty, of splendor and rags ..."
"The cradle of the human race,
The birthplace of human speech,
The mother of history,
The grandmother of legend and
The great grandmother of tradition."

This, indeed, is my country
Where I was born - 
An Indian at heart,
An American in spirit!
Namaste!
Khuda Hafiz, Jai Ramji Ki,
OM Radhe Shyam, Sat Sri Akal,
Jai Hind!!


~Love letters to the sub continent 
  contest by cyndi MacMillan

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