Monday, November 8, 2010

They Inspire Me 2 Write More Poems...(4 Monday Potluck Week 9)



Dear Friend, Welcome To Jingle Poetry Monday Potluck Week 9, Please feel free to submit any poem, not necessarily related to the theme to our potluck today, have fun!

http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/2010/11/poetry-potluck-buildings-landmarks-and.html

The Following is my entry related to the theme: Fortress, Buildings, Monuments! Enjoy!

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Mount Mushmore,
Carved to honor the U. S. presidents in Four,
Museums with guarded doors,
Made to display antiques and dinosaurs.



The Great Wall,
Built to fight a painful war,
The shopping mall,
Constructed to host business store.



The petting zoo,
Specialized to farm animals for kids cute,
The public school,
Supported by the government to educate kids, a tool.



I like concrete walls,
I love waterfalls,
I enjoy solid floors,
I fancy small animal print-paws,
I fear cold wars,
I avoid clinched jaws.
Domes, Homes,
They inspire me to write more poems.
Buildings, fortress, and memorial constructions,
They produce consumer productions.
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32 comments:

DrSoosie said...

You have a treasure trove of beautiful poetry...an endless source..your brain! Good job and happy Monday!!!

MICHAEL said...

I LOVE THIS JINGLE!!!

Missy said...

Jingle :) I've never been to Mount Mushmore before :) hehehe, However I've seen several pictures of Mount Rushmore and thought about all the perils that must have come along carving those faces there.

I love how you used your pictures to illustrate your words. A nice complete image was had. I truly enjoyed reading this.

Bloggin'withAmanda said...

I enjoyed the imagery of this one Jingle it has such a positive flow to it well done!

☺lani☺ said...

Great one! Keep up writing more poems, you have the talent! Happy Week!

Amity said...

Beautiful verses in keeping with this week's Poetry Potluck Theme Jingle :-)

A math wizard and a poetess...what a perfect combination...sure it helps you much with the rhyme...just kidding dear!

Evelyn said...

"I like concrete walls,
I love waterfalls,
I enjoy solid floors"
nice!

Teresa said...

What an enjoyable poem! I love the pictures throughout. I'm thinking that we just don't do things the way they used to.

Reflections said...

Nicely placed photos relating to the flow of your wonderful words.

dasuntoucha said...

Buildings, fortress, and memorial constructions,
They produce consumer productions
...

...true indeed...Monuments definitely = money going into someone's pockets...felt.

abthomas said...

I loved the sarcastic and the sweet flavour of the words!

fiveloaf said...

i like the consumerism aspect of it interspersing with the appreciation of cold hard concrete- well done ji!

magiceye said...

wonderful poems!

Rajesh said...

Very lovely.

Myrna R. said...

Glad you're inspired to write more.

Enjoyed.

Anonymous said...

beautiful post jingle. your blogs never cease to amaze me.

trisha
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Eaton Bennett said...

You know what Jingle...you love life and writing and encouraging and it shows in everything you write. :))
Happy Potluck friend.

Shashi said...

Dear Jingle
Great poetry and I have enjoyed it.. thanks for sharing...

ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya
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uma.a said...

Beautiful poems ...happy potluck!

Sumit Sarkar said...

Fabulous...great potluck entry... :)

imriz said...

i love writing poetry...er, EONS ago...:)))

i love what's goin on here...you are really a talent. keep it up:)

welcome to my world of poetry said...

You are in a class of your own when it comes to writing poetry.
Loved the post.

Yvonne.

wordsworthmillions said...

Brilliant poem, Ji. I found the last stanza ironical. Great work. :)

Templeton's fury said...

Great verses, Jingle! (and i love the new layout on the Jingle Poetry blog :)

Steve said...

Hi Jingle,
Ive had a go at this Potluck themee over at mine. How do I enter... or what do I do now?

I like what you have done here...

S. Sharp said...

Wow, I liked the feelings and emotions in this poem, it was very very charming.

Loved the way you submitted with the pictures. Very captivating.


Thanks for sharing
S.

ninotaziz said...

Charming. The greatest monuments are mostly from ancient times, able to withstand war, destruction and greed.

हेमंत कुमार ♠ Hemant Kumar said...

Hallo Jingle,
Your this poetry is really very thoutful and attractive.I liked it.
Best wishes.
Hemant
http://childrensheaven.blogspot.com.

Rosidah Abidin said...

You always come up with such beautiful images and words. Have a great week :)

Deborah said...

Wonderful imagery to compliment your poem ... brilliantly done, I loved it :o)

imaginationlane said...

This is a terrific post..loved the photos and the flowing stream of your words...just great!

Short poems said...

Beautiful imagery to compliment your poem, so nicely done!

Warmly
Marinela