Sarojini Naidu Inspiring Quotes & Lines, We Miss You Mam

Sarojini Naidu Inspiring Quotes & Lines, We Miss You Mam

Sarojini Naidu Was An Indian Political Activist And Poet. She Was Born On 13 February 1879 In Hyderabad, Telangana. She Was An Important Figure In India’s Struggle For Independence From Colonial Rule. She Work As A Poet Earned Her The Sobriquent ‘The Nightingale Of India‘ Or ‘Bharat Kokila‘ By Mahatma Gandhi Because Of Colour, Imagery And Lyrical Quality Of Her Poetry. She Was Appointed The President Of The Indian National Congress In 1925 And Later Became The Governor Of The United Provinces In 1947, Becoming The First Woman To Hold The Office Of Governor In The Domination Of India. She Died On 2 March 1949 At The Government House In Lucknow Due To Cardiac Arrest.

Sarojini Naidu Inspiring Quotes & Lines, We Miss You Mam

सरोजिनी नायडू एक भारतीय राजनीतिक कार्यकर्ता और कवि थीं। वह 13 फरवरी 1879 को हैदराबाद, तेलंगाना में पैदा हुई थी। वह औपनिवेशिक शासन से आजादी के लिए भारत के संघर्ष में एक महत्वपूर्ण चित्र थी। वह एक कवि के रूप में काम करती थी, उन्होंने अपनी ‘द नाइटिंगेल ऑफ इंडिया‘ या ‘भारत कोकिला‘ महात्मा गांधी की वजह से उनकी कविता के रंग, कल्पना और गीतात्मक गुणों की वजह से अर्जित की। वह 1925 में भारतीय राष्ट्रीय कांग्रेस के अध्यक्ष नियुक्त हुए और बाद में 1947 में संयुक्त प्रांत के गवर्नर बनी, भारत के वर्चस्व में गवर्नर का पद धारण करने वाली पहली महिला बनीं। उनकी 2 मार्च 1949 को लखनऊ में सरकारी घर पर कार्डिएक अरेस्ट के कारण मृत्यु हो गई।

Sarojini Naidu Mam
13 February
The Nightingale Of India
We Miss You

To Quench My Longing I Bent Me Low By The Streams Of The Spirits Of Peace That Flow In That Magical Wood In The Land Of Sleep

Oh, We Want A New Breed Of Men Before India Can Be Cleansed Of Her Disease

A Country’s Greatness Lies In Its Undying Ideals Of Love And Sacrifice That Inspire The Mothers Of The Race

We Want Deeper Sincerity Of Motive, A Greater Courage In Speech And Earnestness In Action

Some List Of Books Wrote By Her :

1. The Golden Threshold
2. The Bird Of Time
3. Palanquin Bearers
4. The Bird of Time: Songs of Life, Death & the Spring
5. The Village Song…

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Bushwhacked | A Poem by Daniel Klawitter

“The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war.” –John
Lyly, Euphues: The Anatomy of Wit (1578).

Of all her many weapons,
it was her voice
that left me voiceless—
like sunrise on a battlefield
speechless with corpses.

I tell you that her words
were like war—
a skirmish of metaphors
wounding my already purple heart.

Ambushed and bushwhacked
booby-trapped and blown apart
in the jungles of despair—
I was captured
with multiple fractures
and was unprepared
for this guerilla warfare.

I am listed as:
a prisoner of conscience
a casualty of her
barbed wire kisses
and the double-barreled shotgun
of her cocked and loaded eyes.

She hardly even cried
when she pulled the trigger and said:
“This is war, kid.”
Go figure.

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High Wire | A Poem by G.S. Katz

passion and romance
and then
the opening
the walkway looking west
a small cutaway
I held you close
staring into your laser eyes
holding you tight
tenderness spinning out of control
but a new control emerged
one you knew was buried
deep in my brow
matching you stare for stare
electrons and gamma rays
cross stimulation
I took your smile
and marked it
with my glare
taking you
under my wing
protecting you
feeding you
giving you breath
tasting your submission
leaving you hungry for more……

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My Harsh Words | A Poem by Joseph Romano

My wife Mary is the most beautiful woman that ever lived.
Mary has a heart so big and is always ready to forget and forgive.
Mary has stuck with me for some sixty four or more years.
And last night my cross words made
My Mary cry a river of tears.

Last night the heat of then moment caught me off guard.
And the words I exchanged with Mary were mean and hard.
Forgive me my beautiful Mary for the harsh words I said.
It would have been better my dear if I had eaten and digested them

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