Born Marguerite Annie JohnsonMaya Angelou — was an African American writer who is most famous for her poems and seven autobiographies. She was a prolific poet who explored numerous themes in her poems including that of women, love, loss, music, struggle, discrimination and racism. Her poems continue to be extremely popular and have been called the anthems of African Americans. Fall gently, snowflakes. In this poem, the narrator is a stay-at-home mother who is engaged in a long day of tiring work.
In the first stanza, she lists, without complaining, the various household chores she has to complete in a single day. My folks can make me split my side.
I laughed so hard I nearly died. The tales they tell, sound just like lying. I laugh until I start to crying. When I think about my folks. In this poem, Angelou presents the perspective of an aging maid to make a statement about blacks surviving in a world dominated by whites.
We are weaned from our timidity. In this poem, Angelou talks about the history of the continent of Africa with its resources plundered by European imperialists and its people taken as slaves. Now if you listen closely. Storm clouds are gathering. The wind is gonna blow. The race of man is suffering. And I can hear the moan. Can make it out here alone.
We, this people, on this wayward, floating body. Created on this earth, of this earth. Have the power to fashion for this earth. A climate where every man and every woman. Can live freely without sanctimonious piety. Without crippling fear.
In this poem, Angelou talks about the history of the human race which has tried to make civilization great through accomplishments like building marvelous monuments and gathering knowledge. However, she believes true achievement would be to give up hostilities and embrace peace.
It is only then that we will be able to achieve our true potential and realize that true wonders of this world are actually we. With themes of human rights, peace and social justice, A Brave and Startling Truthwas written for 50th anniversary of the United Nations in and read by Maya Angelou at the commemoration.
But a caged bird stands on the grave of dreams. This poem is inspired by the same poem, and like Sympathy, uses the imagery of a caged bird to dwell on the oppression faced by African Americans.Yogmaya's poems are set around the time when Nepal was ruled by the Rana regime and when India was ruled under the British raj. Her style, characterized by the cultural and political oppression of the time was distinctly original and courageously outspoken. Despite putting a significant focus on the Hindu religious context as a religious leader, her poems and activism themes heavily revolved on female and minority rights in the region, which appealed to a lot of people around the time.
In her later years, her activities were heavily monitored by the government and her works were banned by the authorities under the command of the Rana rulers and despite the persecution of her group, she is notable for opting to remain in Nepal and spending her last days around her birthplace in Eastern Nepal.
It is also regarded that Yogmaya founded the first organization of Nepali women, the Nari Samiti for women's rights inwhich was considered to be the main lobby behind the abolition of the Sati Pratha in Nepal in Yogmaya's activism begun after she declared renunciation and returned to Nepal.
With the authorities increasingly harsh towards Yogmaya and her group of supporters, as well as, unwilling to reform their brutal and corrupt approach to governance, Yogmaya and her 67 disciples consciously committed the biggest mass suicide Jal-Samadhi in Nepali history by jumping into the Arun River in She was born as the eldest child and the only daughter from her parents, father Shrilal Upadhyaya Neupane and mother Chandrakala Neupane, among three children.
According to the prevalent Brahmin customs of the period, Yogmaya was married off by her parents to a boy named Manorath Koirala, when she was just 7 years old. However, throughout her stay with her in-laws, she had a hard time adjusting in the home because and it's believed that she was a victim of domestic abuse.
Around her mid-teen years, Yogmaya decided to flee from the abusive house and return to her maternal home. However, Yogmaya wasn't easily welcomed at home by her father and her community, and they instead insisted on her returning to her in-laws. But with the in-laws refusing to accept her back in their home, her father hesitatingly decided to let her stay at his house. There are two contrasting assumptions about the fate of Yogmaya's husband Manorath Koirala.
The popularly narrated versions mention him dying at age 10 and Yogmaya consequently being a child widow, attributing her widowed status to be the reason behind her in-law's barrage of abuses.
In her mid-teen years, despite being a single woman in the highly conservative and repressive Brahmin society of the time, Yogmaya secretly developed a relationship with a neighborhood Brahmin boy with the surname Kandel name unidentified. As remarriage or widow marriage wasn't regarded positively in the Hindu societyYogmaya decided to flee from her home at Bhojpur and she later married her lover at Assam.
After over a decade of being together, its believed that Yogmaya separated from her second husband and left with her daughter. Some sources mention her second husband dying, while others mention the two actually separating in good terms. Some literature mention her marrying a third husband with the surname Dotel after the demise of her second husband. Historians have disputed about whether Yogmaya gave birth to two daughters or one, but the existence of Nainakala Neupane as her daughter has been recorded.
After deciding that she had enough of marriages and the worldly ways, Yogmaya decided to adopt a life of renunciation and live the rest of her life as an ascetic.
While it was fairly common for males to become ascetics in the Hindu society during the time, it was very rare for females being so. Yogmaya then returned to Nepal with her daughter Nainakala to her home village at Majhuwabesi and handed over daughter Nainakala to her brother Agnidhar Neupane and sister-in-law Ganga.
She hence gave up all her responsibilities and fully assumed the life of an ascetic. It was during this period that Yogmaya began composing her religious poems.
Analysis of her earlier themes has pointed out scholars to assume that Yogmaya was heavily influenced by the principles of reformist Hindu leader Dayananda Saraswatiwho had gained immense popularity across India when Yogmaya resided in Assam.I liked his poem and have made as a new Post.
His address in Nepal is kanchanpur, Mahendra Nagar, Nepal. I am thankful to Sagar Ji and wish him all the best in future in writing Nepali Poem. You can also send me your Poems and Nepali Gazals. Literature is such an interesting thing in Life and our Nepali literature is also very rich.
Just We need to do is keep on Contributing to this field. Samjhana Aau6 jhaljhali birsana kaha sak6u ra eklai bachne kosish gar6u tara kaha bachana sak6u ra ma timi bina. Hello sagar ji malai hajurko gajal ekdamai mann paryo please yestai yestai gajal r kabita haru lekhtai garnu m hajurka gajalharu khoji khoji paddai garchhu. Badhai 6 tapainlai. Sabai mulukma bhayeka khotangeharu….
Thank you for your message. Hope the concerned people will read it. I am not from Khotang but wish you all the best for your efforts. Just wanted to say hello someplace. Hope to contribute more soon! Dhanyabad yati ramro kabita rachnu bhayakoma aru pani yastai kabita padhna pauchu bhann aasha rakhdachu.
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Thank u. I like your poem aani aaru k chha thankyou for understaning to all thaks again I have samething life. I want a tell to my meenaa this poem pls she can see understaning ME that all i want a say. Hello, hajur ,tapai ko kabita ta malai man paro k garnu jevan yastai ra 6 muuta ma chatu 6 man ma bata 6 k garnu …………. Yo jindaki bachera garnu po k 6ra, Marera jane voli lagnu po k 6ra.You can also send me your Poems and Nepali Gazals. Literature is such an interesting thing in Life and our Nepali literature is also very rich.
Just We need to do is keep on Contributing to this field. Hello : my introduction is jayalal bahadur budha Home : kailali nepal Educatin: H. Na balchha sapna aago sari, Na dhalchha maya din sari! Pugi ranchha mayaanant sammaDharti ma hawa chale sari! Nachalau berthai man,daag basna sakxa feri.
Gazal ta tyo ho jsle palta lekhxa keri, keri. Agami din haruma pani yastei vabana paskanu hola hai. Hello nisha ji. Hi my name is Anil pun bibas] from to Nepal Rolpa please contact me Anilpunbibas yahoo.
Hi Beena!!! Mero Nam Kabi Nepali ho. Ma pani nepali kabita, nepali gajal ra nepali sahitya ati nai man parauchhu. Timi fool hau bhane ma chai pat!
Timi jara hau bhane ma chai hanga! Timi bhaisi hau bhane ma chai ranga!! Timi rang hau bhane ma rangyai dinchhu!! Timi ladyau bhane ma samai dinchhu! Timi sath dinchhau bhane mali! Sorga ko dukha dinchhu ma timilai! Timi mali Juno bhari sath dinchhau bhane! Ma timilai aakha ko parelile latha bani dinchhu!! I love you. Reblogged this on hamro dang deu khuri. Yo eklo raat Yo anautho pyas Ani timi sanga ko mitho sath Katti farak raicha jindagi Khusi matra hoina raicha jindagi.
Beglai thiye ti din haru Benglai thiye man ko rahar Tara chutdo raicha ani tukrido raicha mann Katti ajib cha jindagi Khusi matra hoina raicha jindagi. Mania man ma timlai sajaye Aja teskai sajaye paye Akhir maya garera k biraye Mann ruwaye ani duniya has aye Katti achhmma cha hai jindagi Khusi matra hoina raicha jindagi.
Timi aune bato kurdai thiye Chautari mai nidayechu ma ta Timi auchu bhanne socheko thiiye Arkai sanga hidda tukriyera mare ma ta Katti beglai cha hai jingdagi Socheko euta huncha arko yestai ho jindagi. Jhuta kasam todisakeu aba narop pap lagxa tulasi. Jati ropnu thiyo ropisakeu vala manma aba nadekhau adhero khusi.We have posted here some Nepali lovely SMS for your girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife, spouse, lover or some special one.
You can use these love messages in Nepali font and language. The relationship between the by and girl become so delicate and beautiful. We called it a love relationship.
Earlier, the way of contacting the boy and girl was a bit different than today. In this world of technology, various social sites, text messages have made the couple closer wherever they are… The sending of messages make them feel closer.Sali Mann Paryo - "Ghamad Shere" Movie Song - Nischal Basnet, Swastima Khadka - Kali Prasad, Ashmita
Today we are here with the romantic messages for girlfriend. I am sure, boys can make their girlfriends happier by these messages. Check it out!!!! Mootoo maa lookaayr yasaree raakhanoo Jasto manadira maa kohee aafano aashthaa ko deeyo raakhcha Otha maa kohee kashai ko nama raakheko hooncha Raakeko choo yasaree kohee kasjaile yasharee Mutoo dekhee timeelaai jasaree aafano dilamaa rakhcha Prema bhagawaan ko preeya bashtee ho vani Mutoomaa timeelai bhagawaan jasaree raakhe.
You really mean the word to me, I asked myself, how could be this? I really love you with all my heart. I dread the moments we are apart. You are there for me, through good and bad. You are my everything; you are all I have. I hope you noticed, that these feelings are real when you are near me, i feel so secure and happy. I hope that our love will forever endure, you revealed your true love to me.
You revealed a love; I never thought I would see. You mean a lot to me, my love… I will always love you. Timro maya malai jiunuko abhasa timro ankha malai duniyan bachne sahasa. Timro angalo malai lagchha kehi khasa timi nai sabathoka timi nai mero sansa. Eklai hudan samjhi baschhu timilai sapanama pani bhetchhu ma timilai.
Launa yo, ke garyau timile malai dinarata samjhi baschhu matra timilai. Timro kalpanako laharale gheryo mero mutu laharaka pritako kirale khayo kutu kutu.
Eklai huda gareka yada timisamu kasari rakhu jivanaka sabai sukha ekatira yo mutu rakhe timro samu. CHune timilai karaudoko majhama harauna nadeu malai lakhauko majhama. Khanchhu kasama, khusi rakhchhu haradama vacha garchhu yo duniyako majhama.
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Tolo pare unako rupa dekhera ain mayako svarupa banera. Yo mana mero danga bho unako manalai bhetera. I am going to love you, i am going to love you in your weakest moment to your strongest ones.
I am going to love you when you are happy and I am going to still love you the most when you are sad. I want to love you and I always want to bring a big smile in your face. I love you and I want you even you have some imperfections. I have immense love for you which will never die and I want you and I am going to want you. I love you with everything you have. Timi aune asaima basnechhu timro parkhaima.
Metnechhu pyasa trisnale pani binako tirkhaima.
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Samjana ma base ko xu aja mo Jaba timi lay chari goyou timi lay Antim saash rahun jel samma pni timroi naam jaab ney xu kewal timroi naam kewql timroi naam…. Mero hasoko karan nahuna sakxau timi Tara tesko matlab mero rodanko karan hoina timi Khe pal timi bina bacheki xu Tara nasochnu ki ma timi bina bachna sakxu.Peace: It can mean peace between nations, peace between friends and in the family, or inner peace.
Whichever meaning of peace you're looking for, whatever peace you're seeking, the poets have probably described it in words and images. Some of the best poems are song lyrics. John Lennon's "Imagine" invokes a utopia without possessions or greed, without the fighting that he believed nations and religions, by their very existence, promoted. Writing from his experience of the devastation of World War IEdwardian poet Alfred Noyes' well-known "On the Western Front" speaks from the perspective of soldiers buried in graves marked by simple crosses, asking that their deaths not be in vain.
Praise of the dead was not what the dead needed, but peace made by the living. An excerpt:. The poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, in the middle of the Civil Warwrote this poem which has more recently been adapted as a modern Christmas classic. Longfellow wrote this on Christmas Day inafter his son had enlisted in the Union's cause and had returned home, seriously wounded. The verses which he included and are still generally included, speak of the despair of hearing the promise of "peace on earth, goodwill to men" when the evidence of the world is clearly that war still exists.
The original also included several verses referring specifically to the Civil War. Before that cry of despair and answering cry of hope, and after verses describing the long years of hearing of "peace on earth, goodwill to men" a phrase from the Jesus birth narratives in the Christian scripturesLongfellow's poem includes, describing the black cannons of the war:. This poem, part of the longer epic narrative poem "The Song of Hiawatha," tells an origin story of the peace-pipe of the indigenous Americans from shortly before the European settlers arrived.
This is the first section from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's borrowing and reshaping of indigenous tales, creating a story of the love of Ojibwe Hiawatha and Delaware Minnehaha, situated on the shores of Lake Superior. Since the theme of the story is two peoples coming together, a sort of Romeo and Juliet plus King Arthur story set in pre-colonial America, the theme of the peace-pipe establishing peace among the native nations leads into the more specific story of individuals.
In this section of "The Song of Hiawatha," the Great Spirit calls together the nations with the smoke of a peace-pipe and then offers them the peace-pipe as a custom to create and maintain peace among the nations. The poem, part of the American Romantic movement of the mid 19th century, uses a European view of American Indian life to craft a story that attempts to be universal. The poem shaped for generations of Americans an impression of "accurate" native American culture. Wadsworth's other poem included here, "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day," also repeats the theme of a vision of a world where all nations are at peace and reconciled.
Song lyrics were often the protest poetry of the s anti-war movement. Buffy Sainte-Marie's "Universal Soldier" was among those hard-hitting anti-war songs that put responsibility for war on all who took part, including the soldiers who willingly went to war. A more recent poet than most included here, Wendell Berry often writes of country life and nature, and has sometimes been identified as resonant with the 19th-century transcendentalist and romantic traditions.Nepali Poems have been part of our texts and they have also been our friend at leisure times and when we are in different moods.
Nepali poems have been a way to express feelings and also describe various things and events. Sometimes, they describe beauty of a lady while sometime they demonstrate respect towards nation. One has to play through lots of words and arrange them in such an order; they make sense and sound beautiful. Nepali poems have hundreds of poets till the day adopting various styles of writing poems.
There are various styles, categories of poems the way they are composed. Poems are of different types based on numbers of syllables, rhyme and also based on the number of lines, and the way they are recited.
Poems are composed in different Chhanda. Basantatilaka Chhanda, Jharro Chhanda are some of them.
You might have read lots of poems of different popular poets till the date. It is difficult to compose poems however, anybody can try. In our schools too students are asked to compose poem at times. They have been part of talent competitions. Poems make people expressive and they also help an individual to get stronger by comprehension. Nepali poems have been highly appreciated in the international literature society too. Every year numbers of awards are given recognizing remarkable and amazing Nepali poems.
With time, different ways of expression as well as writing poems are introduced. What one needs to do is, just go with the flow of pen and scribe words that flow through his heart and mind and the product will be a nice poem. Poems are amazing to be written as well as to be read as beautiful words are scribed. Nepali poems have also been part of our culture. Their poems have been of great heritage and significant assets for us. The words presented appear very elegant but powerful too.
However understanding their significance, Nepalese try composing poems from early years. Nepali poems are appreciated a lot in our society and so are the poets.