Figures Of Speech In Fiction

Be as wise as serpents, as harmless as doves
Where let the edifice of life be pity, mercy and love.
Life is a bubble
Entangled with thorns and troubles
In life's forest we wander lonely as a cloud.
Where it takes the shape or form of a cloud.
Variety is the spice of life.
Sometimes we may experience the kind cruelty
of the surgeon's knife.

Fortune smiled upon me.
When the winds were whispering into me.
'Thousand saw I at a glance, '
The murmuring bees upon the flowers danced
There is a miniature of the tiger and the ape in his character.

So I asked him am I your keeper?
To err is human, to forgive divine,
'I pray thee, O God, that I may be beautiful within.'

One should respect grey hair.
Who look forward for your concern and care.
Is life worth living that depends on the liver?
She is the joy of her mother.
There is no one so poor as a wealthy miser.
But can he spend generously his earned treasure?

Oh I pity on the beggar in torn rags!
His empty tummy and bags.

I am a citizen of no mean city,
Being a child I have no liability.
O liberty, what crimes have been committed in thy name!
'Frailty, thy name is woman's fame!
The child is the father of the man.
The proper study of mankind is man.'

by Green Peace

Comments (1)

night too has always being my time of solitude and balm that rubs mildly life's sassy strokes.excellent poem.Applauses!