The Supreme Leader

Murry Priyanshu Rao 2009 (Rayagada, Odisha)



Bloody pages of Indian history,
Engulfed with serious mysteries.
Concealed with curtains of lies :
About the fighters who rose to skies -

He who fought with his own brothers
The people who became the power of Britishers,
He is non other than “Netaji”
Who fought with his own destiny!

Presence of a religious spirit
Personality was his exquisite..
Fought for motherland’s independence
Boon for Bharata’s descendants!

Netaji never tolerated injustice
When Racism as at it peak of practice.
He crushed the rude remarks on Indian culture
Preserved the nation’s future!
Hail to the Supreme Leader!

From President of INC to Forward Bloc
Managed well round the clock
Shoved away the offer of Civil Service
Made his way to flourish

For Holwell protest he was jailed
Crowd’s riots got him bailed:
Though he was captivated and trudged
But swiftly he dodged..
Marching towards axis powers!
To fulfil country’s desires!

New ties he had made
Now the last bid he had bade
The overloaded bomber soon crashed
Wave of sorrow soon lashed
He missed the eternal day!
When the “Tricolour” waved!

Let’s take a pledge..
To never let our country down!
Sacrifice our lives for the nation..
Welcoming the new dawn…!

About this poem

This is a poem written by me for great exponent of India freedom revolution, Subhash Chandra Bose popularly know as Netaji.

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Written on January 23, 2021

Submitted by TheIndian on March 04, 2022

Modified on April 09, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme ABCC DBEA FFXX XGHHH IIGX JJXXDD KKLLXX EXXX
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 1,220
Words 226
Stanzas 8
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 5, 4, 6, 6, 4

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