Browsing Archive: August, 2010

La Frileuse (Ekphrasis)

Posted by S Maref on Sunday, August 22, 2010,



La Frileuse


Tilted, staring at destiny, the frame can not endure. In need
 just to paralyze the hands of time, for what women want 
more than being cherished by such passion.


The pallor faked a smile, muting words on the lips,  and
the fur failed, declaring surrender at the gates of woe,
trapping the skin in frozen inferno...


Fortunately the creeping demise still unable to defeat
fingertips,  used to summarize days and nights in features,
stirring seasons of my life,warming what remains through
 th...

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Envy (Naani)

Posted by S Maref on Friday, August 20, 2010,


Envy


Murderous intent,
savagely devours
innocent buds of virtue,
aching from within.


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Logic? (Double Naani)

Posted by S Maref on Friday, August 20, 2010,


Logic?


Lurking, in the shadows
of modernity,
notion, unreliable,
misleading,

sorrowfully tangled with
silky fabric
of logic lacking logic.
How meretricious!



**  Naani is one of India’s' most popular Telugu poems.Naani means an expression of one and all.It consists of 4 lines, the total lines consists of 20 to 25 syllables.The poem is not bounded to a particular subject.Generally it depends upon human relations and current statements.



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Inferno

Posted by S Maref on Friday, August 20, 2010,



Inferno


In his own language,
a new definition of fury
has been set.

Words charred,
deeds spoken aloud.

Complexity of elements,
poisoned the core.

Within springs
-of unknown depth-
grudge was crusting,
in many forms.

Sensations,
-melt bones-
interpreted in docile temper.

Oozing...

-ache saturated zephyr-
gushed,
from the nostrils.

Suffocating...

Sorrow ahead,
-guilty and terrifyingly tearful-
corrosive memories,
overcast the atmosphere.

To erupt in such volatility:
"it was a surprise"

for his intentions,
lay dormant for...

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The Sum Of Misperception

Posted by S Maref on Wednesday, August 18, 2010,


The Sum Of Misperception


Sarcastically apocalyptic,
though broke out,
within the senses,
debilitating what remained.

For the will, fooled.
Gone astray
in avenues of intellect,
persecuted.

 
Now:

Unto guillotines
belligerently serving
ambivalence's gates,
dragged...

Raise the flag
upon utterance, ungiven.
Remission would never emit,
below the blade.


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Nostalgia (Butterfly Oddquain)

Posted by S Maref on Monday, August 16, 2010,


Nostalgia

...but
the garden
of thoughts kept moaning,
those breaths no longer warmed the
breeze.
Thus, awake the mind's remains.
Barren, tracing steps,
rose with the,
ash.



** oddquain butterflies - a “merged mirror oddquain” where the two stanzas of a mirror oddquain are merged together, one of the middle 1 syllable lines is dropped, resulting in one nine line stanza of the form 1-3-5-7-1-7-5-3-1.  Please note that a oddquain butterfly is not a “oddquain” because it doesn’t have five lines...

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Swan Lake (Perspective)

Posted by S Maref on Thursday, August 12, 2010,


Swan Lake


Between snowy shadows,
a grace reflected,
pirouetting,
upon the moonlight,
yearning...

Who dares
to say,
"curse from heaven"?



Therein, the aquatic arabesque
of benevolence,
paradoxically,
enslaving...
Unto surrender, leading,

for the prisoner's seemingly
poor Siegfried,
not the celestial spirit of yours.



Lost
amidst ages,
melodies mythologized,
pleading,
behind sinful bars of sorcery.

Strive on, delicate one,
a transformation approaching
through the eyes of choreography.




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True Friendship (Palindrome)

Posted by S Maref on Thursday, August 5, 2010,



True Friendship


Friendship
Giving boundlessly
Caring tenderly
Hearts joined pleasantly
Growing together
Intimate relations
~~~~~~~~~~~
Relations intimate
Together growing
Pleasantly joined hearts
Tenderly caring
Boundlessly giving
Friendship



** A palindrome, by definition, is a word, phrase, verse, sentence, or even poem that reads the same forward or backward. It stems from the Greek word palindromos: palin, meaning again, and dromos, meaning a running. Combining the two together, the Gre...
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