Originality

Originality offers gratification
When the sound ideas emerge
From our intellectual pockets,
Novelty receives appreciation
When the savvy minds merge
To extend their fair verdicts.

by J Sheba Anandhi

Comments (8)

Nicely written sonnet With good rhyme and rhythm. Sylva
The inner sweet of life; and put in word A personal force that doth not pass away. I love these lines. Its a wonderful poem
'In Sussex here, by shingle and by sand, Flat fields and farmsteads in their wind-blown trees, The shallow tide-wave courses to the land, ' loved these lines, would have liked if the poem had continued with nature, without the lords but the deeper meaning was embedded with sentiment and dominant thoughts of the time :)
Do men shape their land or does the land shape the men? Goodwood and Arundel possess their lords, Successive in the towers and groves, which stay; These two poor men, by some right of their own, Possessed the earth and sea, the sun and moon, The inner sweet of life; and put in words A personal force that doth not pass away.
liked it... Thanks for sharing
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