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Category Archives: Poem
~Pravin Aryal~ So many, alternatives among the problems According to our choice for our benefits Freely we can select freely we can use So the our goals of human rights We may reserve we may consume
~Jiwan Kshetry~ Droughts and famines in our doorsteps, My friend, Floods and hurricanes In the order to follow, Dark nights chasing the bright days. Cool mornings replaced by hot humid hours. How to tolerate, my friend! Pigeons floating in the … Continue reading
~Kiran T Limbu~ There is a beautiful moment where I can see your face, Which exists only between time and space Time shreds space and wears off fashion, And leaves us hopeless for our precious compassion
~Kim Aryal~ Death is a loss, without a doubt Death is a lesson to learn about Death is also a call to heaven or hell Death came and now my beloved Fellow countrymen is gone
~Ramu Gaire~ No matter even I am far from my wife Always she comes in my dream And says darling how is your life No matter even Someone says me badly but my son says honey Dad, i want to … Continue reading
~Dibya Giri~ Without you alone myself and gloomy This chilly December so cold Your absence is more chiller than that And I’ve lost your warm embracing love. Just like the poles standing line wise in the queue as soldiers The … Continue reading
~Pranika Koyu~ s for shadow(s) s for silence g for grief d for defeaning my own alphabet rhymes rules I loathed
~Ram Prasad Prasain~ Retiring the tiresome day He bid and told me, Wrapping up the all conversations, “Sir, don’t send my body to my country” “Why?” I was in grave consciousness, Continuously vibrates my auditory drum “Coz, my wife has … Continue reading
~Basanta Prabin~ Whenever you visit my dreams, I feel you with my sense And its true I like your presence When you are near I cry with fear for when you depart My heart falls apart You are my life’s … Continue reading
~Jiwan Kshetry~ Can’t tolerate, Bush! Your highness, Your prosperous and well secured world. Stabbing bayonets in the bellies of the hungry, Throwing grenades to the bodies of the naked, Bombing the roofless from the fighter planes. Bush ! your highness
~Pranika Koyu~ Mama in the labyrinths of your heart a little girl softly treads mama in the labyrinths of your heart solace she seeks to lull into sleep
~Dibya Giri~ Once I happened to see a doll in the cup-board The Old doll but very beautiful and attractive My daughter used to love it to a great extent She used play and enjoy with the doll She used … Continue reading
~Jiwan Kshetry~ The river beds, That barely diverges much But can never converge Watching haplessly at each other Facing the wrath of the flood every year, Torn apart yet silent Disappointed yet content Coerced yet complacent The river beds
~Jiwan Kshetry~ In the midday they kidnapped her. They had machine guns in shoulders And dollars in the bag And they had mask in the face. They dragged her In the rough floor of civil war They disrobed her Among … Continue reading
~Dibya Giri~ Whenever I am making coffee in the kitchen I hear the news of the radio everyday Suicidal attack, kidnapping and war My heart is disappointed I don’t feel the taste of the coffee. Whenever after the tiresome day … Continue reading
~Ram Prasad Prasain~ Droplet smiles at the balcony Emerging from seminal flow Life becomes happiness And, existence remains a prop Where humanity envelopes eternity And momentum fills with reemergence of urgency In your multi-color land, A butterfly flies at the … Continue reading
~Ismael Subba~ The deep hollow mentality is danger than the sea. waves of thoughts are deeper than the sea and is very dangerous..
~Swami Subash Chandra~ Thoughts, ideas they are all like steam if you harnessed them properly they would turn into energy,
~Ismael Subba~ Dear shifter, Who is your friend? Hand,believe,determination, Agony,sorrow or happiness,
~Ismael Subba~ Stop! And think once…. What if I am black, Do I belong to Africa?? Though I’m just like you, Speaking the same language, Eating the same things, Sharing the feelings As of yours..
~Swami Subash Chandra~ The Universe is the network of intoxication. Face Book is its a motion and continuation. In alcohol, gambling, love and so on therein, everywhere, the intoxication can be seen.
~Pancha Vismrit~ Decorated with towns and cities Religion culture and legends And decorated with growth and prosperity The desert Where I am right on Being a stranger In pursuit of life In pursuit of dreams Sitting on the burning sands … Continue reading
~Shirish Lamichhane~ Miles away in godforsaken land Wind whistles right in the ear And the trees barely stand I see far into the horizon The twilight of the dusk Just makes me feel grand! Can’t retreat from here
~Pancha Vismrit~ I am climbing up the mountain of days Up to which the top looks so high Where I can see My sparkling Mt. Everest from And I can see my homeland from The days seem to be so … Continue reading
~Ningwa shakti Maden~ Once there was a snowman Stood outside the door , Thought he’d like to come inside And run around the floor ; Thought he’d like to warm himself By the firelight red ; Thought he’d like to … Continue reading
~Shankar Lamichhane~ Like a torn leaf of notation A piece of sky Is glued over here. It is its song thant the waves murmer And sing out to the shores.
~Santosh Koirala~ I came from a country People, torn out and poors Started searching for a job ringing bells and knocking doors I got a job here Working place is quite far Anyway, I started earning dollars Now!! I want … Continue reading
~Mukta Sapkota~ Colors are the smiles of nature, Sacred, divine and solemn Contributing to beauty Friends of their neighbors Lovers of their opposites With utmost purity
~Shirish Lamichhane~ I turn my TV on And switch my channel to CNN All I hear about is “Debt Ceiling” I look up in my room And get haunted by a creepy feeling! August 2 is round the corner And … Continue reading
~Bhuwaneshor Sharma~ Down the Heaven Road, I encountered Jesus on a narrow alley; Surviving in an artificial oxygen pipe, He suffered chronic asthma. Further down was Mother Teresa, Beside the shadow of eucalyptus, She’s refused an entry to heaven For … Continue reading
~Santosh Koirala~ Out from the heaven I landed in a place Looks like a desert Unknown people and Unknown face With no hope whatsoever I wish I could return back Head to the airport With loads of books and rugged … Continue reading