neelwrites/love/hate/poem/lovejehad/02/12/2017

LOVE JEHAD 

By Neel Anil Panicker

Love

Love Jehad

Love Jehad with a vengeance

Vengeance against Muslims

Vengeance against Hindus

Vengeance against Hindus who marry Muslims

Vengeance against Muslims who marry Hindus

Hate

Hate Jehad

Hate Jehad with a vengeance

Vengeance against Muslims

Vengeance against Hindus

Vengeance against humanity.

 

(C)NEELANILPANICKER2017 #POEM #POETRY #LOVE #HATE #LOVE JEHAD

 

(Jehad is an Arabic word which literally means striving or struggling, especially with a praiseworthy aim.

See also https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/jehad)

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neelwrites/hindu/hindu/diamante/01/12/2017

 

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                                                                    HINDU

                                                               KIND, LOVABLE

                                                      HELPING, PRAYING, EVOLVING

                                            TEMPLES, IDEOLOGY, RELIGION

                           BAD MOUTHING, VENOM SPEWING, HATE MONGERING

                                                   REGRESSIVE,  HOT HEADED

                                                                 HINDUTVA

(c)neelanilpanicker2017 #poem #diamante      

 

neelwrites/poem/haiku-troiku/#01/MLMM/

BELOW THEM… 

By Neel Anil Panicker

Below them, 
the dark streets beckoned
with crimson light.

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Below them,

 lay bare their dignity,

or whatever was left of it.

 

 The dark streets beckoned,

Burying alive long lost memories;

birthing newer superficial ones

 

With crimson light,

  lives turned grimmer

under all that glitter.

 ©neelanilpanicker2017  #poem/haiku/troiku #01  

neelwrites/fiction/poem/dverse/expressionism/20/02/2017

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(artist: franz marc)

WO(E)MAN

By Neel Anil Panicker

Forever shackled to the chains of chastity

Woman, creator of man, I am,

trapped in the burden of feminineness

floundering and plundering through life

Ever vigilant to the red hot roofs of bestiality.

Animals they are, stealthily who lurk around

waiting to lay siege to my modesty.

Spirits fail, treachery wins

dams of resistance burst forth

lose I the battle of the sexes.

Evil hands pounce my flailing flesh,

as custodians of dignity stand guard

their impotent heads bowed in shame

waiting for my naked self to turn corpse.

My pleading eyes skirt the blue above

mummified tears scream out_

is there no salvation from such eternal pain?

©neelanilpanicker2017  #poem #verse #expressionism  # 108 words

Written for https://dversepoets.com/

So how should you go about writing as an expressionist?
Here are a few rules (that I’m glad if you break)

Focus on a strong emotion. Love, hate, anger. Layer the poem with thick brushstrokes.

  • Write the poem in first person (or if third person try to be inside the head of your protagonist)
  • Use strong and bold “colors”, and juxtapose them to create maximum effect. Put strong and opposite images against each other. Think of metaphors to express emotion.
  • Distort the perspective. In your poetry you can do this by for instance using flashbacks in time, or maybe even walking in and out of your persona.
  • Avoid to be bound by form, but don’t refrain from meter, rhymes and the normal poetic tools.

Link up as usual, read and comment and have fun.

 

neelwrites/poem/quatrain/newnotes/22/12/2016

NEW NOTES, OLD TONES

By Neel Anil Panicker

Here I come__omnipotent money

Dare you ever test my patience

It’s true I have changed colours

Hell hath no fury like a note scorned.

 

Dare you ever test my patience

I ain’t the one to be bound in chains

Yours shall befall immense pains

Go you shall from home to jail.

 

It’s true I have changed colours

It’s true I have struck some new notes

But trust me__I  am still old wine

So what if it’s all in a new bottle.

 

Hell hath no fury like a note scorned

dare you ever cross my path

feel free to use me freely

Albeit, very very wisely.

(c)neelanilpanicker2016#poem#quatrain