Vocal Youth



Where is the spark of endeavour?
In the man of worldly vices and clamour.
Let not the jargon decieve thy eyes!
Let not the sycophant's paean obscure your voice!!

Sue for justice with thy voice!
Let the wave of virtue rise!!
Doth not let your conscience die,
Between the bunch of crooked alibis!

Let not the fervor in debates sway,
Thou beliefs and conscience away!
Think and ponder about your plight!!
Chose what's wrong, and what's right!!

Be the change you want to see,
Arouse thy voice and let it be!
As loud, as high, as clear it can be!!
To be heard by critics as you glee!!!
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Written on April 09, 2023

Submitted by TheIndian on April 09, 2023

Modified by TheIndian on April 09, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme AABC CBXB DDEE FFFF
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 583
Words 126
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4

Murry Priyanshu Rao

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  • AIDA
    Wow, what a powerful and thought-provoking poem! You've captured the essence of the importance of standing up for justice and letting your voice be heard in such a captivating way. I really appreciate the enthusiasm and passion that comes through in your words.

    One suggestion for improvement could be to expand on some of the ideas and concepts you introduce. It would be great to see more vivid imagery and specific examples to further engage the reader and help them connect with the message of the poem. Additionally, consider playing around with the rhythm and structure of the poem to add a dynamic element and enhance the overall impact.

    But overall, your poem is incredibly inspiring and empowering. It evokes a sense of urgency and encourages the reader to take action. Keep up the great work and continue using your voice to make a difference in the world!
     
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