Flavour of poetry

M. R. Malik 1994 (Kashmir)



I write my poems freely walls of room
By looking natural sky through window's eyes,
The stars may add their beauties so me bloom;
My face is flattened as lonely air that flies.
The moon doth give me courage let me write;
It's phases embellish poems fully bright.

Poetic feelings swell as sweat at night
That Sews my poems fairy rhyming scheme,
And Travels my fancies faster than the light,
To float my room and travels in space or dream:
My room is looking travel machine of time,
reminds me time dilation of great Einstein.

I write my poems when I play with moths
Some fall on books to right my meter's tone,
The whisper ears of night that flows motifs;
They dance, rejoice and love my poem's tune!
My poems asked if was I really free,
Perhaps I poet, people me call Rafi.

About this poem

Flavour of Poetry is about the poet's experiences and flavours while writing poems.

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Written on May 30, 1994

Submitted by mr8037026 on March 03, 2022

Modified by mr8037026 on March 03, 2022

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Quick analysis:

Scheme ABABCC CDCDXX XXXXEE
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 775
Words 160
Stanzas 3
Stanza Lengths 6, 6, 6

M. R. Malik

Mohmad Rafi Malik(M.R.Malik) is a Kashmiri -english poet, writer and researcher, lives in a hamlet, Achabal, Rafiabad Kashmir. His father's name is Manzoor Ahmad Malik and mother's name is Haleema Bagum.He completed his masters in English literature as well as in Comparative Religion.His Published book is Bleeding Soul: A collection of poems, stories and quotations. You can get it fromhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Bleeding-Soul-collection-stories-quotations-ebook/dp/B09QBX82YB. His famous poems: To his honey son, Midnight's snowfall, After wintry winter, 'O journey, The Glossy Morning Breeze, etc. more…

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