Poetry

The Lonely Kid
By Shubh Nagpal in Poetry | Reads: 89 | Likes: 0
THE LONELY KID... He is very kind, he is the one with sharpest mind. He looks the world in a way no one looks. He doesn't bother what the world thinks of him. He has a kind heart to the blind world too. He has the ability to make anyone smile also if anyone is far a mile. He always thinks for others  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2020 10:16 PM
5 Things That Love Taught Me
By Apoorva Vishnuvajhala in Poetry | Reads: 232 | Likes: 8
1. My mother's love taught me to be caring and selfless. It started from the moment she knew I existed. 2. My dad's love taught me to be brave and face any situation with my head held up high. He is after all my first hero. 3. My sister's love taught me to be playful but understanding. That is why m  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2020 11:06 PM
Human, A Warrior!
By Aarti Narang in Poetry | Reads: 226 | Likes: 1
                       Human, A Warrior! Under the infinite sky humans are caught, Love and affection is all it has taught,   When the happy world was a forethought, Only leisure and space is all it has brought, Belongings and thi  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 12:06 AM
Somewhere
By Ar. Mitra Dave in Poetry | Reads: 84 | Likes: 0
I am tired. I really want to escape.  I don’t know where? Somewhere, where amiss  people are accepted, Where it is not wrong to be wrong. Somewhere, where you are  not defined by numbers, Where you are seen beyond  what you make them see. Somewhere, decision is not  dr  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 01:21 AM
Shayari
By Harish Dutt in Poetry | Reads: 116 | Likes: 1
सुना था सुबह-सुबह के ख्वाब पुरे होते हैं ! लेकिन तुम्हारे जाने के बाद ये वहम भी दूर हो गया ! - Harish Dutt   Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 09:37 AM
ALONE IN THE CROWD
By snigdha jain in Poetry | Reads: 113 | Likes: 0
Standing in the crowd, Chatting in the group, Surrounded by friends, Yet you feel so alone.   Wondering what’s wrong with you, Why can’t you be like them, Thoughts wandering here and there, Never stays in one steady place.   Trying hard to connect with them, Doesn’t seem   Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 09:45 AM
THE ASH OF LOVE
By ELIZABETH ROSE VARGHESE in Poetry | Reads: 112 | Likes: 1
Deceived her with your fabricated love Gifted her the fruits of love wrapped up in bitter emotions, and as she peeps through your opaque mask, she feels your forged love.In the fear of being incarcerated, he says,” If I can’t have you,no one shall “and you spill the Ash Of Love,the  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 10:09 AM
Ek mulaqat
By deepti chittoria in Poetry | Reads: 112 | Likes: 1
तेरा साथ तू नहीं सही अब तेरी यादें तो हैं... तेरे से अब वो मुख्तसर सी मुलाक़ात नहीं, मगर मेरे गीतों मे तेरी बातें तो है.  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 10:54 AM
The Saree
By Darshana Mehta in Poetry | Reads: 100 | Likes: 1
It was a windy day in November, There was a power cut, I went upto the chhat, And lay there under my, Ma's colorful sarees, Billowing in the window, With each attempt, Trying to escape the hold,  Of the clothes' pegs. With every gush of wind, The yellow saaree, Screamed to be let out, And when  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 01:32 PM
Real Trauma
By P. Sharma in Poetry | Reads: 99 | Likes: 1
Trauma does not let me to go office, But boss yells “ All my work stop coz of you”, Taking Vitamin C, D and zinc supplements to cope up with his words. Selected full sleeves top and denim, Preferred to have a comfortable black bellies, All set for office tomorrow. Time to Get Set Go.   Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 02:22 PM
A summer's dream
By jellybean in Poetry | Reads: 80 | Likes: 1
I wait as the snow melts and a warm summer breeze replaced the arctic wind when the summer sun rised with rays of hope and the  brutle winter dissappered into the sky  a warm summer morn with happiness and holidays is better than bitter frostbite a walk by the beach during sundown or even   Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 03:09 PM
If the walls could talk
By Monika Shanmugam in Poetry | Reads: 115 | Likes: 0
If the walls could talk that guards her rectangular room , it would ravishingly recite her world of artful secrets ! If the walls could talk that holds her adhesive tears, it would explode the stories of her aesthetic blues which crowns her bold ! If the walls could talk that buffers her soli  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 04:08 PM
An Elephant Speaks
By Monika Shanmugam in Poetry | Reads: 83 | Likes: 0
With the vestal heart and the hunger tummy I trusted'em that they'll nurture me with the food. Wow, how they fed me with the blast of eat which was yummy and flavoured it with their luscious wildness in good. How I could tell you that how I tasted the act of their brutals ! Aw ! How I could even  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 04:12 PM
My pride
By Monika Shanmugam in Poetry | Reads: 86 | Likes: 0
The vibrant sunshine born in the east will set after a while Even the scary storms loses its prowess passing a mile Fragrant flowers withers and dies to end its jubilant span The snow-white moon slackens its aesthetic size and turns wan Is this a protene world of cockaigne, my Self wonders ! Fors  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 04:26 PM
My First Love
By Monika Shanmugam in Poetry | Reads: 82 | Likes: 0
My flowery soul had been crushed by the harsh hands of ruthless souls. Judgemental prickles for not being alluring and vivacious had given its sepals a despairing hue. Its ambrosial petals had been withered to the tempest of other's cynical blows. Every time, it fell with the immense hope of a ne  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2020 04:34 PM