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A bruce lee fan

Fans of Bruce Lee
Think they are he
Fascinated by the Speed
He is God in every deed

Fight sequences
In short frequencies
Fans in a frenzy
Cast in a spell and dizzy

Hand to hand combat
Gave action genre
A new format
Bruce in a battle
Fans minds still rattle

At his very sight
Fans go Ballistic
Nunchaku RPM
Devotees create mayhem

Talented actor for every genre
Childhood roles the cause of the honor
Full house laughing
At his incredible Comic timing

Dramatic scenes upto task
More of it audience ask
Delivery and histrionic ability
Showcased overall capability

Cat sounds during action
Fanatics made it a fashion
Vampire quality tasting blood
Every Movie house public flood

Writer Director Producer & Choreographer
Roles performed other than that of an Actor
Roles performed as an Actor
Charisma a major factor

Re released in any country
Regularly since last century
Berserk when seen on screen
Made his Stardom evergreen

There will never be
Another Bruce Lee
Inspiration for fans to see
Black market seller
His fortune not foretold
By any fortune teller

Climax of his film
Like life's broken rhythm
Started after interval
For Movie buffs a carnival
Screen filled with fight fest
Kept up the fans zest

Box otffice record broken
So his art his expression
Another record for repeat audience
Since have not seen anyone

Mannerism a Euphemism
Stance like breaking
Into a dance
Shirtless fashion icon
Saratorial oxymoron

With Bruce a devotion
With total emotion
Every style copied
Even after 50 years fancied

Loosing him early
Cost us all dearly
Total of 5 films
Proof that there is no limit

Pioneer of anti bully
Captured imagination fully
Can do it in reality
Cause of enduring popularity

Akin to property
Passed along the family tree
Father to son to the next one
Enduring fame second to none

Theme about a bully
Backed by a philosophy
Earned on screen immortality
Name etched for eternity

Appeal to all
Impossible the odds
Cartoon to a kid
Action film when he is older
Philosophy to the philosopher
Universal message to every viewer

Undivided society dreamer
Caste creed or gender
Rich Poor or neither
Religion taste or further
Can be found in a theater
Playing a Bruce Lee picture
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Submitted by K.V.Srikanth on April 16, 2021

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