9/29/2010

Poem 19. The Kingdom

The Kingdom

Who is the king
when the question was raised
' The brain'
came the instant reply .

Who is the queen
when again asked
'The heart'
then itself reply came.

Why you tell me the king is brain
B'cos it is the decision maker.
 how come heart the queens role
 only she can influence him.

The king and queen effectively rule
 kingdom "our body" with utmost care.
all other organs have strict duties
which they perform as warriors.

 King or Queen suffers wrong
 whole kingdom upside down.
Long live the King and Queen
Let them govern "The body" strong.

 Posted for Jingles Poetry  Potluck and Poet United's  The Poetry Pantry

11 comments:

frayedges said...

What a cool way to view the body!

Kavitha said...

What a wonderful poem!!!

Jingle said...

lovely questions,
beautiful job in exploring the possibilities.

Jingle said...

Thanks for the support...
Happy Thursday!
See you next time.

Deborah said...

Such a clever concept, I just love this, a wonderfully written, insightful poem, well done!!
and thanks everso for your lovely comments Rashmi :o)

Ana said...

"Why you tell me the king is brain
B'cos it is the decision maker.
how come heart the queens role
only she can influence him."
So true!

Someone Is Special said...

Wonderful Poem Rashmi..

Love the take..

Dedication

--Someone Is Special--

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Hi Rashmi. This very well write. Keep writing as I can see that you have a lot to say.


Melanie

हेमंत कुमार ♠ Hemant Kumar said...

Rashmi,
You had well explained the work of brain and heart...and their role in running our body's engine.In fact it's educational poetry...i liked it.
With best wishes.
Hemant
http://childrensheaven.blogspot.com

Shashi said...

Dear Rashmi

This is so sweet and simple, that I smiled while reading it. IN the end I realised that its not simple but a profound thought made to look simple.. thanks for sharing.. Liked it..

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klarocca2010 said...

I loved this line. "King or Queen suffers wrong, whole kingdom upside down". That is so true.