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Aah..Intoxicating!I wonder,how do you manage to evoke such unpralleled emotions?!
Mohita, just one word!!!Xperience ;)
very irrestible tan!keep it up
Hehehe... Thanks again...I want to see many more entries now... all as much (and more) irresistible!!
Agreed!But the tempo was undoubtedly breath-taking!
This was indeed superb!
Tan, need some idea about cinquain
Thanks Mohita... for liking it :) Happy you came back :)
Pulkit, Pisku... things written well have no meaning if not read... at least you have read this one here - I'm happy that you liked it too :)
Hashan,Cinquain is a type of poetry which is written strictly on the syllable count of: 2-4-6-8-2Thats the only rule, as far as I know... Hope you already have mastered the syllable counts and you know how to count yourself...I posted a few poems/cinquains earlier also.. (tumi pora naai? kio?? eneka hole moy nilikhim aru).. Take a look...Will wait for your take on this kind of poetry. And for more information on this, please contact Pratibha. She must be able to give you more insight :)
Thanks for the info Tan..will give a try :))hahahaha...porisu, porisu kintu gom puwa nasilu that was Cinquain
how abt the last line to be "raw desire" ?? i found it odd to read stench !! but it was lovely till then !!
The Word Stench was intentionally used to give the poem a bit of more flavor(scent, fragrance)!! Its not about desire, the poet wanted to talk about here. It is about "your smell" ... that intoxication!!!"Stench" was to make it more irresistible ;)
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