Kavya ...

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Kavya ... Poems

1. Love (Cinquain) 4/17/2015
2. Haiku1 4/26/2015
3. Kinara (A Poem In Marathi) Shore (In English) 4/28/2015
4. Nigaahe (Shayaris In Hindi) 6/15/2015
5. A Welcome Change 6/17/2015
6. Miss You.... 6/22/2015
7. A Tribute To The Missile Man Of India, Dr.Apj Abdul Kalam -new- 8/3/2015
8. We Care For You.... 5/5/2015
9. Do Lafz....Ghazals In Hindi -new- 7/22/2015
10. Am Falling For You... 6/25/2015
11. Changing Era 7/7/2015
12. Nostalgic.... 4/14/2015
13. Pretty Woman! 4/1/2013
14. Valentine Day 2/12/2013
15. Wow 3/13/2013
16. In Memory Of Yours 5/27/2013
17. Nostalgic Memories.... 6/24/2014
18. Hudhud 11/26/2014
19. My Lifeline 6/21/2015
20. Health Is Wealth 6/1/2015
21. Positive Frame -new- 8/3/2015
22. A Silent Prayer 7/9/2015
23. Happiness 10/31/2014
24. Modern Kids 11/11/2013
25. Lied Truth 1/1/2013
26. Life Is Invaluable, Adore It! 2/6/2013
27. On Our Anniversary 11/6/2013
28. The Nepal Quake 4/29/2015
29. Innocence 2/11/2013
30. Demons Not Humans! 1/4/2013
31. Priceless Gift 4/5/2013
32. The Awesome Twosome 5/27/2013
33. Change (Cinquain) 7/16/2013
34. ******** 7/19/2013
35. A Mystery 6/21/2015
36. Mysteries Of Life 8/19/2014
37. Schumi, The Great! ! ! ! 1/2/2014
38. Woman's Era 1/30/2013
39. God 12/31/2012
40. I Wonder Why.... 4/18/2013
Best Poem of Kavya ...

Pyari Chidiya (Hindi)

Nanhi si woh chidiya thi
Barsaat mein bheeg rahi thi,
Udkar ped par baithi woh
Pani se bachne nikli woh,
Par fir bhi baarish mein doobi jaa rahi thi
Apne liye ghosla nahi dhundh paa rahi thi.

Dekhkar use bola mera Nanha Munna
Aa chidiya! Mere ghar aakar baithna,
Maano usne sun lee iski cheekhe
Seedhe udhkar aa baithi woh mere ghar ke bagiche,
Khush hokar bajayi Munne ne taali
Darkar bechari ud gayi chidiya fir usi ped ke daali!



Translation (English) - A Lovely Bird!

A tiny sparrow came in our window pane
Fully drenched it ...

Read the full of Pyari Chidiya (Hindi)

A Welcome Change

Come season of June
it brings rain along as a boon,
Washing away the sweltering heat
brings muddy water under our feet.

Schools re-open, the summer vacation gets over
the poor kids seem lost, still in holiday hangover,
But more excited in new uniforms, new bags, new books
to find some new teachers and their curious looks,

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