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ACROSTIC - ANOTHER ATTEMPT



Another bright day -
Challenging the spirit of man.
Roused from slumber of sloth,
Overpowering the base desires,
Seemingly naïve yet motivated mind,
Takes on enemy camp unexpectedly.
It is a sight to lo and behold !
Carving a niche for self in the wide world.

Comments

Leo said…
hey anwesa,

the words were brilliant! i liked em.

well, i donno all about acrostic dear, but usually the poem should describe the word! i.e an acrostic on anwesa, should describe anwesa. :)

could u try one like that? :)
Phoenix said…
very well done.. the concept and the words are simply outstanding... :)
Priya Joyce said…
lovely combi of words ther gal..:)
Harshita said…
madam ji... bahut hi badiya... din-ba-dib tarakki ho rahi hain :)

Par main Fan No.1 hi rahungi...
Arv said…
pretty well composed :)

take care mate.. cheers...
joiedevivre said…
mastt hai
short simple n convincing
muZer.. :-) said…
tatzz a nice Acrostic,, Anwesa.. though haven't written any myself.. but sounds pretty tempting..

urs is gr88.. :-)
Amal Bose said…
good work Anwesa..
loved it
Anwesa,

Very meaningful poem :-)

Cheers
Miss Kido said…
Ram Ram Anwesa di... Bahut hi badiya hai... Ek dum first-isclass :)

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That was beautiful & very well composed :)

Keep writing :) & have a great weekend :)
Mayz said…
whoa!!! poora sar ke upar se nikal gaya
Dhanya said…
Nice re!! And beautiful pic to boot :)
Rajeev R said…
Its Kafka, albeit the prose form.

Franz Kafka, has been one of my favourite. And you reminded me of him...

Bourgeoisie people!

Needless to say, Loved it absolutely!
Gayathri said…
"Seemingly naïve yet motivated mind,
Takes on enemy camp unexpectedly."
truly loved those lines..short,yet effective..
ANWESA said…
@Leo,
thanx 4 d clarification...this post just happened n i cudnt help posting it..i'll follow d rules d next tym i write any acrostic poem
btw,i'm glad dat u liked d words...
ANWESA said…
@phoenix,
thanx dear!!!dat was so encouraging...
ANWESA said…
@lil' priya,
thanx dear!!!!
ANWESA said…
@harshita,
thank u ji...
ur my "biggest admirer on blogger" forever....n i mean it...
ANWESA said…
@arv,
thanx!!! :)
ANWESA said…
@joidevivre,
thanx....
ANWESA said…
@muzer,
thank u...lukin fwd 2 read ur 1st acrostic soon..
ANWESA said…
@amal bose,
thank u!!!
ANWESA said…
@mahesh,
thank u....
ANWESA said…
@miss kido,
dhanyavaad!!!
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u too hav a rocking weekend ahead..
ANWESA said…
@mayz,
:)
:)
abb aapko hum kya kahein ?
ANWESA said…
@dhanya,
thanx dear!!u wer d 1st 1 2 notice d pic...thanx again...
ANWESA said…
@rajeev r,
i'm curious 2 kno more abt kafka..
glad dat u liked d post :)
thanx 4 visiting :)
ANWESA said…
@gayathri,
thanx a lot!!!luvd u seeing here...
rabbit said…
wow again...teach me yaar
Shikha... said…
heyy...dat was really beautiful...vry nice!!!
PULKIT said…
beautifully penned down as well as supported by the pic :)
M FOLLOWING UR BLOG FROM NOW ON!


regards
PULKIT
(http://19goes20.blogspot.com)
Keshi said…
Carving a niche for self in the wide world indeedz!

Very well-written Anwesa!

Keshi.
Anurag said…
i liked it though I couldn't get it :P
Anwesa the poem is beautifully written (AS always ;))

but i agree with leo the name of the poem should portray its overall content

so i too should thank leo for the clarification, thank you leo

and where ru from 5 days???, no updates hmm, write up anything, i loooove to read what you write so get back soon OK


take care and keep writing.......
ANWESA said…
@rabbit,
i wud luv to :)
ANWESA said…
@shikha,
thanx dear!!nice 2 c u here...
ANWESA said…
@pulkit,
thanx 4 reading :)

thanx 4 following the blog...
ANWESA said…
@preetilata,
thanx dear!!!
ANWESA said…
@keshi,
thanx dear!!!!!
ANWESA said…
@anurag,
:)

:)
ANWESA said…
@thousif raza m b,
yes,dis tym i had violated d norms..sorry 4 dat...but sumtyms words cant control emotions,isnt it ? i guess my next post ll b up soon...in a day or 2..meanwhile i'm waitin 4 a surprise 4m u :) :)
AD said…
this is remarkable.
i m green eyed now :)
ANWESA said…
@AD,
**smiles**
Ria said…
beautiful gurl!!u r a pro at it now.
ANWESA said…
@ria,
thanx!!!!
ABHISHEK SiM said…
oops really late! sorry :(

loved this one...

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