jvl narasimha rao

English is the king of all the languages
It will stay for all ages
The English conquered the whole world
English has become our watch word
Its spelling is un- phonetic
Its grammar is idiotic
We should know its glorious history
How it became a global language is a mystery
The English are highly polite
Their manners are a real delight
Everybody should know English for their survival
It is responsible for their cultural revival
I love English for its beauty
Teaching English is my duty
English text is my holy kit
I will try my level best to teach it
The secret of my happiness is simple
The school is my temple
Let’s all teach English with a missionary zeal
The eternal bliss we will surely feel
Yours sincerely,
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Yours lovingly,

English a venture into peace for perturbed mind
language that entices people and together bind
Displacing between the linguistic community the abominable lull
by its virtues allowing us best choices to cull
Language running from generations to generations
still having it's sweet and inspiring sensations.

you are my dear bastard
you have become world's watch word
you are a piercing bird
and devoured every other bird
you are really a vulture
the destroyer of indian culture

  • Authors: JVL NARASIMHA RAO (Pseudonym), AYESHABEG
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  • Finished: September 21st, 2010 23:30
  • Limit: 6 stanzas
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  • Comment from author about the poem: I think english is the most popular language despite its linguistic limitations.The english are still the most popular and the most powerful people.Both english and the english fascinate me.The poem is dedicatedto the english and the lovers of english across the globe
  • Category: Sociopolitical
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