Sunday, December 4, 2011

The Season Brings some Reason

 The Season Brings some Reason

The Autumn/Kass  fool
By: Salma  Akhter

The sun come out,its very gorgeous rays –
Play hide & seek through my face,
A sweet warmth gives me a lot of joys,
Freshness  in the autumn,
In a long drive ,I go to the riverside Ashullia
Oh! Its pleasant white flowers covered all over the fields
River looks glory
I took some of “Kass Fool”
Too soft ,the flower makes me dreamy,
Give the impression of being in the autumn,
Water’s edge iam walking some time,
Life is blameless just like this autumn.


Winter  is the best in(Bangladesh)

Winter is the most popular season .in Bangladesh winter makes great happiness, they make some of special “PITHA”, planter become happy to see their paddy fields, cut them and they get together a party enjoy a lot of then. All of school children finish their exam. And school holidays they do a lots of fun, girls take the opportunity wear lovely shawls, wool cardigan ,and Jens also. Weddings are the most admired on this season. Many people of Bangladesh think this is the best season for wedding. Wintry weather, a cup of tea or coffee it’s really yammi.Feel nice romantic time lovely people.

By: Salma Akhter

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

My best friends Poem

  My Best friends Anna's Poem
Posted: 11 Oct 2011 08:12 AM PDT
Shadows of trees and me on the table
follow me this way. Pomegranate tea
sits prettily, invitingly.
The time is readying
or am I happy with the
sounds that come from
Without noise, I sleep in
places secret and secure.
All my delights in this mind
of bright lights
mood divine
any time.
I’m ready to pitch in.
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Posted: 11 Oct 2011 08:05 AM PDT
I write, I’ve written and I know I will continue to write the spills of my heart.
I love words in grade school; spelling in my english class and “vocabulaire” in my french class.
Just give me words, words and more words
That’s who I am.
Though I’ve walked this earth, lived a life much like others;
I am poetry.
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Wednesday, October 26, 2011


                                    POEMS FOR A RAINY DAY        
Cloudy Day
Take dampen look on a cloudy day
White Cloud bring to you & me deeply way,
Many soft,smooth dream,come to you naturally-
You can discover love,fun,when drive high way,
It really nice,it looks radiance happiness.
Many different fan get any one-like us,
In cloudy day,I think every  body come out,
Have some enjoy which is absolutely necessary,
In this cloudy, rainy day,

By: Salma Akhter

Reflections of Life
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Monday, October 24, 2011

make money poem

How to Make Money Writing Poetry Online 


Making money online by writing poetry is difficult but very much achievable. Like any money making system on the internet, it takes dedicated hard work and invariably a lot of time. If anyone tells you otherwise and offers you a get rich quick scheme, they are delving into the world of fantasy and trying to make money out of your misfortune.

The internet is global and so the chances of people reading your poetry is in fact higher than if you published them in a book or local newspaper. That is after all, the main ambition of a lot of poets, above anything else; to have their poems read and enjoyed by as many people possible.

With this in mind, I will now describe a way for you to show off your poetry to a wide audience whilst at the same time enjoying a steady stream of residual income from putting your poetry online.

I want to clearly say now, that unless you are already a very well known figure in the poetry world or you are one of the masters of customer list-building and have thousands of people to email in one go, you will not make enough to give up your day job. This is purely a way to make a little extra money which will build up over the weeks and months and make a nice contribution to your overall earnings.

Steps 1 - 3

1. Collect a series of poems you've written over the years and sort them into subject categories. For example, you might have a dozen poems about cats, or a series of love poems you wrote when in college to the beautiful redhead in the front row. Take your time and weed the good poems from the not so good.

2. Now take these different categories and form them into a document which can later be made into an e-book. Decide on the title and write an introduction relating to the poems and the specific category. Finalise the basic structure, contents page and order in which the poems appear.

3. Before you do anything else with them, set up either a small website, blog or a lead generation page. Come up with a suitable web address and title which is keyword rich in relation to poetry, literature and possibly the different subjects your general poetry is about. It is vital that you have the word 'poems' or 'poetry' somewhere in the web address. This will help people find your page or site more than it would if you had something ubiquitous like

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Steps 4 - 7

4. Put a few poems on this page or website so visitors can see what your poetry style is like and whether they want to read more.

5. Create your first e-book and then place it on your page. Set a price which is at first on the low side. You can always raise the price when visitor numbers increase. There are many sources of free software and tools you can use to make a digital book. Now find a way of automatically delivering the e-book to the customer when they make a purchase of your poems. In the past, when selling e-books, I used a system a good system called SmartDD.

6. Now sign up to a mailing-list auto responder such as Aweber.

7. In advance, create a series of emails. I'd recommend half a dozen. These are what you will send to those people who either buy an e-book or sign up to your mailing list. Place them each a week apart so the person is not overwhelmed and rushes to un-subscribe. A fan base is one of the most important ... actually no ... it IS the most important part of this system. The more people you can catch and who willingly add themselves to your mailing list, the better and the more money you will make from your poetry.

In these emails, add another poem and also more information about yourself, what poetry means to you and also any general points of interest from the world of poetry. Also let your readers know more emails will follow so they look forward to the next. Make them as interesting as possible.

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Steps 8 - 10

8. Join some affiliate programmes and in your e-books add a couple of links to related products where appropriate. This will add a further long term stream of earnings. Don't go overboard with this or people will be turned off and see your e-books as adverts with some poems stuck in between.

9. When all is complete, you are ready to tell the world about your poems and poetry e-books. Join forums, directories, networking sites and tell as many people as you possibly can. Study some SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) techniques which will help you get picked up by the search engines.

10. As time goes by and the number of people signing up to your list and buying your e-books increases, you can create further categories of your poems and write new ones. When each e-book is completed, you can then notify your mailing list all in one go about the new collection of wonderful poems and they are more than likely to buy them. Plus tell their friends.

Again, the more people you can catch on your list, the more people will buy your future e-books. This is a long term strategy and one that will not make you rich overnight. However, if you love writing poetry and get excited by the prospect of a great many people reading your work, AND also want some extra money from your poems, this is a perfect marriage of the two.

If you do it right and persevere, your earnings will increase steadily month by month, year by year. You really have nothing to loose.

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