Aditi Khandelwal

Rookie - 1 Points (December 27 1997)

Aditi Khandelwal Poems

1. Spring 10/19/2011
2. Tracy The Cow 3/24/2012
3. The Town Vicar 12/6/2012
4. Onomatopoeia 7/15/2012
5. How Can A Gift Do Justice To You? 1/22/2014
6. Year 9 4/22/2012
7. Man Vs. Bees 5/22/2012
8. Stormy Bay 3/22/2012
9. With Reckless Voice A Fiery Song 10/16/2011
10. Left Are The Words Unspoken 7/29/2014
11. My Life- A Beach 1/16/2014
12. Only You! 2/16/2012
13. Short Talk With The Moon 2/27/2012
14. For My Mom 1/23/2012
15. The Little Girl 10/23/2011
16. Still A Stranger 1/17/2012
17. Glad You Came 2/11/2012
18. Prisoner 1/12/2012
19. Accident 10/16/2011
20. Forgive Me 1/29/2012
21. Exam Fever! 11/29/2011
22. The Burning House 10/16/2011
23. My Single Poppy 4/21/2012
24. My Dream Land 5/26/2012
25. Greed 10/21/2011
26. When God's Here Then Why Fear? 4/24/2012
27. Cruel World 12/26/2011
28. Thank You 11/29/2011
29. Phases Of Moon 12/5/2011
30. My Sun And Moon (My First Love Poem! ! !) 1/19/2012
31. A Night In The Woods 12/18/2011
32. Caged Man 11/25/2011
33. Sleep Peacefully 1/2/2012
34. Window 10/31/2011
35. A Runaway 11/18/2011
Best Poem of Aditi Khandelwal

A Runaway

‘Is there a problem darling? ’
‘Just leave me alone mom! ’
She banged the door on her mom’s innocent blink
This was the home she wanted to run away from.

‘Look who’s here? ’
‘Oh! The Icky-Becky-Prickly-Stool! ’
She just wanted to run away. But where?
This was her nightmare, her school.

As the night fell, she ran away with a bag
Till she reached the station, she ran like stag
500km she came away from home
Now she really was alone.

She shared a house with an old woman
As a paying guest and got a job as packaging worker
Everyday she went to ...

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Accident

I woke up early in the morning, by a phone call,
Which left me mourning.
I paced up and down in the hall,
Doing nothing but frowning.

People say obstacles come and go,
Alas! I’ve been caught by snow.
People say, we shouldn’t fear even in the darkest year,
Oh! What do they even know, how I fought my tear.

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