Brick and Mortar

Bricks are a unit of construction

Mortar added, erected a mason

            Bricks are made of many materials

            Stacked, arranged in building aerials

Bricks are laid in a form by God too

 Structures unique n wildest form into

               Computerized fully in details atomic

               Systems complex n highly systematic

These may act as the unit independent

Living bricks are factories magnificent

             Microns a few are size of the sub-units

              Organized in so complex well knit kits

Human constructions are no comparison

Natural bricks and mortar are high artisan

               Yet to match nature by creations of nature

               Natural bricks are clubbed in to a creature

Monumental pieces of engineering are these

Functions complex with nanosecond speeds

               Biological wonders are collections of bricks

                Human beings are a God’s marvelous tricks


24 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Rightly said:The creation of human being is unique as biological wonder.

  2. 3

    Jingle said,

    too funny..

    smart construction of the piece…
    way to go…
    Glad to have you in, Dr. D…

    Here is one of my entries, an award is attached, thanks for the support.

    Happy Monday!

  3. 5

    Melissa said,

    Creation is a beautiful thing isn’t it! such construction undeniably intricate and awe inspiring.

    Nice write.

  4. 7

    Reflections said,

    Smart construction of this poetic piece. Man’s hand has penned with mortar and bricks, laying a foundation here. Well said.

  5. 9

    fiveloaf said,

    gods marvelous tricks huh? haha! cute and arguable..

  6. 10

    2zpoint said,

    Wonderful work here Doc!
    The intricacies described here are often overlooked and taken for granted but the marvelous creations that have been formed by such things are truly awe inspiring Thank you for the reminder. Peace be with you.

  7. 12

    Shashi said,

    As a professional civil engineer, I could relate to this very much.. thanks for sharing… I liked it.

    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
    Twitter: @VerseEveryDay

  8. 14

    Sumit Sarkar said,

    Great poem…All about bricks and mortar…

    Leo wrote a poem too with the same title…Both your poems are different but they are so very good…
    Thank you for sharing 🙂

  9. 16

    Jamie Dedes said,

    How right you are! There is nothing more marvelous than our wonderful bodies. You have written a poem well and true. Thank you.

  10. 18

    I never thought bricks could be described so creatively! I almost feel challenged to write about something as mundane as, I don’t know, an ironing board maybe? Hopefully, I can write about it as cleverly as you wrote about bricks. Great work, Dr! 🙂

  11. 20

    somewhere else said,

    I like this very much. I also cannot keep God out of my poetry. It seems He is everywhere. 🙂

  12. 22

    jingle said,

    potluck week 10 needs you, come on in, an old poem would do wonders too.

    Thanks for the support.

  13. 23

    Jingle said,


    the process is easy,

    if you wish to contribute a poem to potluck week 11, then link one of your poems, old ones are okay, or new ones are welcome, to our potluck today….
    upon your contribution to potluck this week, you are given all the awards/treats from my post….

    if you don’t want to attend potluck, still, you can claim and enjoy the last 4 tags,

    2 awards/2treats from my post….

    Thanks for asking…

    you shall know where to find our potluck link…..Hope to see your contribution.

    simply link in one of your poems and do some visits.

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