Good evening ladies and gentleman and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week will be about me! Well, my poem at least. This is an older joint I wrote back in 2002 called “Relapse, a killa among men.” The voice in this could be recognizable to some in different parts of their life, as a welcoming thought or a reminder of something horrible.
It’s up to your own imagination. Thanks again for stopping by.
(a killa’ among men)
rotten alliance I
dangerous acts preceding
you asked for excitement
and received, KAM
craving for attention,
naw, you conceived
the egoism of
society, but still
fight sheet storms
of landslide pawns,
in spirit is
you adore wonders, without
insight of its
Who is KAM?
Certain leaders who grin
and speak with no honor?
souljahs gripe for meaning beyond
the information war.
hands in Bushes
By K.G. Bethlehem
Good day everyone and welcome to another Friday Night Poetry Corner!! This week I am showcasing a remarkable poet, Sourav “Teddy” Biswas who poems are so hauntingly beautiful, it begs for you to ask for more. The name of this piece is called “Beauty is in Freedom!” Also if you have a chance check out his excellent poetry book called “Some Voices of a Closed Lip.”
Sourav “Teddy” Biswas
Photographer: Unk. Title: Freedom is beautiful. Website: thepreachersword.com. Dated: 20 April 2017
Life is hard. We all are tied to responsibilities we can’t ignore. Reaching the pinnacle of success is what we all yearn for. But in this process we fail to realize what is beautiful. Beauty, as now in the society, is synonymous to being attractive and popular. And all these beauty hardly reflects the spirit of a human being. The liberation of a human heart from all sins and prejudice is the truest definition of beauty.
Water flow in reminisce sorrow,
Spool ticks in waves of noises,
the beauty folds in the sleeping sight
Tonight the sun rose again,
devoid by the winter winds,
when the stars found their light
in thee eyes.
Embers of paradise found thee,
where the sun rose in farthest dreams
No life born without love of thee
for what brings…
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