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benefit Poetry queue violence

Push


Push is violence

sometimes points to an irreverence

a malicious indifference.

Push for benefit

coming through with the deficit.

has its limit.

Push in queue

means a lot in lieu

without a clue

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gaudy medium pleasnt Poetry tempered

Mild ——— A Subdued Flame.


It is so soft and  nice

so simple and cool

so good and sober

not so hot but tempered

there enters the word “mild”

a silky word, I feel

looks so in  the tone

felt so even when not touched

“mild” does not provoke

nor does it ignite

for that matter not stimulate

never does it incite

maintains the tempo

keeps you going smooth

mild being the kindliest word

the mild weather is comfortable

the mild temper soothes

the colour mild pleases

the voice mellowed in mildness

exuberates and enhances

the mild an antithesis of  ferocious

an opposite of anger

a contrast of gaudy

contrary to arguments

a flexible, gentle nature in all

could be acclaimed as “mild”

the word bears the torch

glows with a subdued flame

yet spreads light all over.

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connotations emphasis negative Poetry

More And Most———- Simply Grand


eb1cfbf58f5315f711498b58962c8709“More” and “Most”

come foremost

the much-used words

one being the comparative

the other the superlative

“more I like you

the more you hate me”

shows the proportion of like and hate

an equation of algebra

beautifully illustrated

“More”  quantifies

I want some more

could be of food, drink

chocolates pointing to the ordinary

jewels, money, and wealth

indicating not so ordinary

with greed underneath

requiems a sense of want

some  more and some more

could be heard   from all quarters.

“Most”  shows saturation

has so many prefixes

utmost and almost

add to the charm of the word

with “most” enters the level of fulfillment

sufficiency is the essence

giving the best at all times

looking extremely beautiful

sumptuous and delicious

grand and grandeur

all go behind “most”

the negative connotations

could be described

with a vehemence

with an emphasis

using the word ‘most”

these two words are common

greatly deployed in almost every way

by the old and young

even by the illiterates

familiar words  very easy going

always  pronounced  with an accent.