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July 30, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Poem: “Rain-Drops”


Poetry Form: This poetry form is called as Etheree(al).  The etheree is an unrhymed syllable counting form,relentlessly rational, and seemingly childishly simple. You begin with a first line of one syllable, and continue for ten lines increasing the syllable count by one each line. Diagramming in syllables, this is what you get, line by line: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10.

Drops
of Rain
stepping down
the greeny leaves
shine as glass pieces
gathered then together
transparent and delicate
as reptiles creeping on the land
Travelling from lakes,rivers and seas
finally vapourise and take re-birth.

Written for Weekend Mini Challenge of Imaginary Garden with Real Toads ..

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June 19, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Poem: ” The Inspirational Tree” (Updated)


This is the updation of my poem “The Inspirational Tree” written for NaPoWriMo challenge.


Hiding from my mother
In my garden,I buried thee deep inside,
After years of rains and sunlight
There thou proudly rise;
Sitting on thine branches
I ate up all thy fruits,
Sitting under thee
I had seen thine growing shoots;
Thou saved me in the rains
while I rested in thy shade,
The peace of mind, you gave me
that nobody have ever had;

Changing colour
Thy old leaves in Autumn,
Fragile feathery fall down
and touch the bottom;
Thine newborn greeny leaves
welcome then the spring,
And on thy branches
Birds celebrate and sing;
In my worried working days
Thou replenish me with elation,
Thou art not a tree, I say
but a growing inspiration.

This poem is published at Inspiration Unlimited e-magazine at here.
Thanks for reading, friends. Stay inspired 🙂

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June 4, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Shayari- “Childhood”


मथत्ते मथत्ते किसी कुमार ने
हमको एक दिन एक घडा़ कर दिया,
स्वतंत्र सा था तार मैं
पल भर में किसी स्वार्थी ने कडा़ कर दिया,

पूछता हूँ आज मैं अपने भगवान से
(कि अच्छे थे जब हम छोटे थे)-२
(तो फिर क्यों हमको इतना बडा़ कर दिया।)-२

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May 12, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Mother’s Day Poem -dedicated to Maa :)


नौका मेरी भटके जब भी
माँ, तुम ही मेरा किनारा हो,
अंधेरा मुझे घेरे जब भी
राह दिखाता तुम वो उजियारा हो;
नींद ना आए मुझको जब भी
सुलाता तुम वो आसमाँ सारा हो,
थककर हारुँ मैं जब भी
मुझको चलातीं तुम वो धारा हो।

नौका मेरी भटके जब भी
माँ, तुम ही मेरा किनारा हो,
माँ, तुम ही मेरा किनारा हो।

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April 30, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Poem: “My battle”


Today’s Prompt:  Find a shortish poem that you like, and rewrite each line, replacing each word (or as many words as you can) with words that mean the opposite.
So, here’s my poem that possesses the same meaning of the poem as that of original poem but the words replaced have opposite meanings. For this I rewrite the Poem “Life’s Own Battle” by Emma Jackson. You can read it here.

Wanted concord
yet you repress peace
Each time I praised you made me weaker than now
I will hold out
I will hold up
You will make me rise
I will make you give up

30/30 NaPoWriMo

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Miss you NaPoWriMo 2013!

April 29, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Poem: “Paradise” (Prompt: A Poem using 5 words of different languages)


A Monday
A wohlig morn,
And your sourire
Took away my corazón
A deep tavshed within
What I discover in your eyes
And in your company, my beloved!
This whole Orbis changes to Paradise.

29/30 NaPoWriMo

Words Used: wohlig- pleasant (German)

sourire- smile (French)

corazón- heart (Spanish)

tavshed- silence (Danish)

Orbis- Earth (Latin)

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April 28, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Poem: “Blue Vision”


What my eyes see above
A blue ocean lost in fog,
And floating clouds on it
Tired, slowly-slowly jog;

Blue the wind rushes
Blue the roses jingle,
And blue the swallows over my head
pass and mingle;

What my eyes see above
A blue ocean lost in fog,
And below beside me
sits a blue frog;

Blue the grass
Blue my shoes,
And then remember I
put off my goggles blue.

28/30 NaPoWriMo

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April 27, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Poem: “As you sow so shall you reap” (Prompt: “Proverbial Poem”)


Whose outmost is always success
Working hands those never rest,
“An idle mind is the devil’s workshop”
which fails in every test;
After sundown,those who rise
Opportunities fade and they only weep
And its always correct that is said-
“As you sow so shall you reap”

A cactus is watered when
Neither from it, flowers are born,
nor any fruits arise from it
Only it grows with its thorns;
Labour turns stones into gold
but sloth changes it into straw’s heap
As its always correct that is said-
“As you sow so shall you reap”

Wakeful minds never give up
Defeats give up on their only way,
Stronger is their bond of Hope
That success is a little far away;
Sweeter we tasted,honey of busy bees,but
Can monkey’s mother ever be a sheep?
So, its always correct that is said-
“As you sow so shall you reap”

27/30 NaPoWriMo

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April 26, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Poem: “Little dear friend” (Prompt: “Erasure”)


Today’s prompt is to write an erasure of own poem. So friends, Here is my erasure of my old long poem “A rabbit at my home

Enjoy 🙂

Naughty yet dear friend
faced fierce cat but defeated
Brave little rabbit

26/30 NaPoWriMo

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April 25, 2013 / Nikhil Jain

Poem: “Hard Stones” (Poetry Form: “Haiku”)


On this endless way
Daily roamer are strong winds
Only hard stones stand

25/30 NaPoWriMo

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