New Year Poem
You may have noticed that we created a section for poems. This is strictly reserved for high school, middle school, and university-level students. Students with a penchant for poetry are encouraged to submit their poems to email@example.com. Our top choices include poems about Indian history, customs, and celebrations. Please include a brief biography with the poem. Sending a photo is optional.
|New year Poem
By Manya Harsha
In the world of dreams and wishes so bright,
Fireworks light up the midnight sky,
With resolutions, I’ll fill my list,
I’ll chase my dreams with all my might,
I’ll make new friends and keep the old,
So here’s to the future, the unknown ahead,
Meet Manya Harsha, a 10-year-old Indian girl who loves to write poems. Manya’s passion for writing began at a young age. She was always fascinated by the way words could be used to create beautiful and meaningful images. As she grew older, she began to experiment with different forms of poetry, and she quickly found that she had a natural talent for it.
Manya’s poems are often inspired by the beauty of nature and the world around her. She writes about the simple things in life, like the birds singing in the morning or the flowers blooming in the spring. But she also writes about more complex topics, such as the importance of environmental protection and the challenges of growing up in a world that is often uncertain.
Manya’s poems are not only beautiful and insightful, but they are also incredibly moving. She has a way of capturing the human experience in a way that is both relatable and inspirational. Her poems have touched the hearts of people of all ages, and they have helped to raise awareness of important issues such as environmental protection and mental health.
In addition to her writing, Manya is also a talented artist and musician. She is a bright and creative young girl with a passion for learning and helping others. She is an inspiration to us all, and we can’t wait to see what she accomplishes in the years to come.
|Poem on Dussehra
By Arjun Desai
On Dussehra day, we celebrate
We burn effigies of Ravana,
We also celebrate Dussehra as a festival of victory,
Dussehra is a special time for everyone,
Arjun Desai is a 12-year-old boy from Atlanta. He is a passionate and gifted poet. Arjun’s poems are often inspired by the natural world, his family and friends, and his cultural heritage. He writes in a variety of styles, from free verse to sonnets, and his poems are always imaginative and thought-provoking.
Arjun’s love of poetry began when he was just a child. His parents would often read him poems before bed, and he was fascinated by the rhythm and flow of the language. When he was old enough, Arjun began writing his own poems. He was inspired by the work of famous poets like Rabindranath Tagore and Kalidasa, but he also found inspiration in the everyday world around him.
Arjun is a member of his school’s literary club, and he regularly participates in poetry competitions. He has won several awards for his work, and his poems have been published in several Indian magazines. Arjun is also a talented performer, and he often reads his poems at school events and open mic nights.
Arjun’s dream is to become a professional poet and writer. He hopes to publish a collection of his poems one day, and he also wants to write children’s books and screenplays. Arjun is a bright and talented young man with a passion for poetry. He is sure to have a successful career in the arts.