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The Naani

by Peggy Bertrand
copyright 02-15-2002

Age Rating: 13 +

Naani Poetry Form
Naani means an expression of one and all.
It is one of Indianís most popular Telugu poems.

It consists of 4 lines
The lines total must be between 20 and 25 syllables.

The poem is not bound to a particular subject.


By Peggy Bertrand

Daybreaks now on horizon
Sun comes up and climbs the sky
Night falls the sun decends
Moon does shine brightly

I hope this helps it is a fun form to work with.

Telugu Poem means a poem written by A telugu Indian.
They live in India.

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        06-24-2009     Cynthia Baello        

Thank you for this article on the Naani, and the helpful example for it. I love the valuable information I get from reading these articles as I have limited knowledge of poetry forms and styles.
Your article is also well-written.

        02-27-2002     Bianca Boonstra        

this is interesting. I am going to try this one soon

        02-15-2002     Nan Jacobs        

Keep these exotic forms coming, Peggy. Great brain challenges.

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