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I Believe : Brucellish K Sangma




The crux of the poem I Believe
is the celebration of the countless longings and abilities of man. Man’s aspirations
are majestic and boundless and the poet Brucellish Sangma firmly believes that
man is endowed with the abilities and competence to fulfill his boundless
desires and lofty ideals.  Working hard
with determination and purpose, man is capable of accomplishing all that he
aspires to. 
The
poet believes that a human being can soar to unimaginable prominences and
overcome numerous barriers to arrive at his or her life’s objective.
The poem has the feel of a Japanese haiku
poem, with its three-lined stanzas- each stanza an entity in itself. The six
haiku-like stanzas, each stanza consisting only of a single sentence,
cumulatively assert the leitmotif of the poem- the infinite capacities of man
and his limitless dreams and untold aspirations. The poem is written in a
simple style and is in Vers libre
in free verse with no specific rhyme scheme or steady weave of rhythm.
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