Critique the Critic.

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Critique the Critic.

O Vainglorious Critic,
Your vicious arrows
Won't touch my art
As it comes from heart.
O Soulless Human,
Realise the sensible souls,
who labours the creative pain.
That's a wonderful gain.
O Demanding One,
As a boomerang,it may hurt
That you are senseless
To name my child "worthless".
O Shuddering Soul,
Your harshness shivers you.
So overturn and see my dear-
Your contradictions,clear!
O Courageous "You",
Don't indulge in pride
To end your life
In others laugh.
O Pompous Shooter,
Your outrageous "citicisms",
To me,it's a song of tribute,
which enlightened my thought.
O Unscrupulous,hear -
My unrelenting End-Rhymes
Again,in your brain,it's ringing,
Infront of your eyes,it's dancing.
O Mature Lore,
Show the wisdom of age.
Your words are my oil,
In which you will boil.
O Childish Butcher,
Take your dissection box,
For an anonymous boast,
To me,it has no cost.
O Scientific Spirit,
Let me post and prove,
"Pen is mightier than swords"
And we will "leaps and bounds".
O Poor Being,
To me you are a Chameleon.
Without any "ground rule"
I will "overflow" my role.
O My Fuel,
Let me walk and run,
For this is the lovely lane,
And my lilt of lifeline.
O Sadistic Lover,
You are an eternal coal!!!
But now I can claim,
That I am cool and calm.

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DeepEclipse commented on Critique the Critic.

07-06-2009

Beautiful strikes, like swordplay with words. So many different names that sow back to the same meaning. I like how this poem flows with confidence, it really knows what it is.

Hamnaz

05/31/2010

Thank you so much DeepEclipse...I know my reply is too late....but still...Yes as you said it was actually a swordplay with words to a sharp critic...:) who said everything I scribble is nonsense and worthless...It was such a shock to me,and the result is this poem....

Poetry is not an expression of the party line. It's that time of night, lying in bed, thinking what you really think, making the private world public, that's what the poet does.

Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) U.S. poet.

Hamnaz’s Poems (15)

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LOVE FLOWER 2
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Red Rose 0
O Violet 0
Critique the Critic. 1
THE POETIC LANGUAGE 1
DEATH 0
WORDS LIKE SWORDS 1
SOLITUDE 0
TRUST 0