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Category Archives: Poem
~Nilan Kumar Thechwami~ I saw, people are crying in the valley Coz of scarcity of drinking water I’m amazing! I’m amazing with national wealthy I amazing on wealthy of water I seriously ask to the hills of valley He is … Continue reading
~Tenzin Tsundue~ I am a terrorist I like to kill. I have a horn, two fangs and a dragon fly tail.
~Sagar Rijal~ When I leave I will remember the peas you planted on the yard and the lone orange tree, its leaves deep green in the winter sun, still too young to bear fruit.
~Sagar Rijal~ I don’t know where the birds go to die. I have never seen, a crow or a sparrow fall down in midflight. Not the hunted birds; the free wheeling ones, that die natural deaths.
~Arun Budhathoki~ Music Never Stops Bubbly faith floating profusely Between flippant contemplation and wall of desire Weaves majestic zenith-clouds; sparkling fire clout Heartbeats, falling ashes defile sanity, Coy traveller enrapture weak currents,
~Chanky Shrestha ‘Avaya’~ They pierced here with a solemn dusk and murdered my dream at the moment when I was exessively passionate to it
~Shradha Mukhiya~ civilization. the fragance of money, closets and drive- ins, the laser beams and wood, sex of power, constipated power freaks, guns and peace prize, psychoanalysis and depression, moral codes with double standards,
~Kunga Tshring~ Looking back My life was like a chaotic kaleidescope Everywhere I turned, My Life seemed always bizzarre My darkest hours seem so hillarous My love life so mockfully null Looking back
~Prabal Thapa~ I came to refuge from a long way…. long long way that I would never anticipate to go back Everythings have been already packed for ever… there is nothing left behind Except gruesome memories of haunted house and … Continue reading
~Deepak Shrestha~ Faces, too many faces Some I remember Most I forgot Some I love Few I hate But Faces
~Deepak Shrestha~ I saw her In Daffodils garden With wings on her back Like an Angel I asked her How are you And She cried with pain While gently holding her warm arms
~Arati Yonjan~ Well, so many of them said that I was not strong enough to have and to hold the light of love. I am not one of those who seek their way through open doors to save their lives … Continue reading
~Arati Yonjan~ Thoughts, ideas they are all like steam if you harnessed them properly they would turn into energy, if you failed,
~Padminee~ What is life worth When your loved ones abuse you Accuse you? What is life worth When your friend leaves you Betrays you? What is life worth
~Soham Dhakal~ A pen, a paper. Few words. Of life, of love, and hope. Few more, of emptiness
~Soham Dhakal~ Your tears Like the morning dew. Like pearls. In slience, And in solace. In sadness? Or in joy? Your tears.
~Pujan Roka~ I see the world Being destroyed bit by bit, people by people and nation by nation; I see blood spilling all around, its dreadful smell encroaching the harmony of the air. I hear humanity cite words of deception
~Lekhika~ What this little word contains probably a very few of us realize. It reminds us how we can shape our thoughts the way we like. It is all in our hand how we want to look at things and … Continue reading
~Pujan Roka~ She walks by smoking with a large bag of trash in her hand, An empty case of beer, A small kid running beside her asking silly questions as his mother climbs the stairs, She smokes as she talks … Continue reading
~Pujan Roka~ I sit in the barber’s chair with a grin. My hair has grown quite long, not too long, yet it bothers me. I look at the mirror; Need a little cut here and a little cut there. Finally, … Continue reading
~Prabhat Karki~ I was roaming around in a mall, the other day. I was alone like an unattended shopping cart With a squeaky wheel that no one wants to drag around I was confused a bit, not exactly lost, but … Continue reading
~Basu Gautam~ My private thoughts confined within its own world inside my mind when I ask refuses to be released and share itself with the world if I force surely it would deny and I would think
~Basu Gautam~ A man with lantern in his hand as he arrives in no man’s land sacred air of freedom where prevails lifts up slowly his lantern witnesses the broken bridge as it declines to connect two entirely different islands … Continue reading
~K. Anish Pokharel~ Oh Messiah! Of clairvoyance and absurdity, where art thou? Hear me, For they say, ‘ voice of the distressed never go unheard.’ But,
~Basu Gautam~ Fatigued of solitude in the world full of chaos to crawl ahead young man in doubt strives countless paths that appear before him doubles his chaos and triples his doubt
~Baba Hajoor~ The sky was blue as blue could be, the fields a tender green. The sun had risen over the horizon, it all seemed ethereal to me. My heart kept on soaring higher and higher, like a caged bird … Continue reading
~Shradha Rayamajhi~ The waves that brought you to me took you away the wind that blew you near me drifted you away the clouds that we saw together melted away
~Shyam Rimal~ Humans would remain busy and hunger shall die. So would the thirst in the new millenium.
~Bikram Subba~ – Translated by Rupa Joshi Someone Filled my kerchief of love with selfish blooms Broke my heart Made a flute And played her own tune on it
~Ananta Gopal Risal~ A stream of thoughts came to me without asking she stayed with me, rumbled and grumbled as I grow, she grew with me and now I know.
~Ram Abikas~ Rings- Ting- ting ; Ting-ting; Ting-ting … Whither, ain’t I able But got the perception:
~Sudarshan Guruacharya~ Let me be realistic, After writting this poem, I’ll perhaps tear it up or, Crumble it up or make a paper plane, And throw it out of the window,