Vera Sidhwa


Vera Sidhwa Poems

1. The Wide Expanses Of Spaces -new- 7/30/2016
2. Blue Waters -new- 7/30/2016
3. Did You Say You Were Funny? -new- 7/30/2016
4. You Were Saying -new- 7/30/2016
5. Jokester -new- 7/30/2016
6. Eepect -new- 7/30/2016
7. You Were Not Saying -new- 7/30/2016
8. Red Expanses -new- 7/30/2016
9. I Am -new- 7/30/2016
10. The Greens Of Life -new- 7/30/2016
11. Day -new- 7/30/2016
12. The Bicyclist -new- 7/29/2016
13. Merry Christmas 12/28/2015
14. Jingled 12/28/2015
15. Post Christmas Day 12/29/2015
16. Eggnog, Toys And Santa Claus 12/29/2015
17. Minute Things 12/30/2015
18. The Truck Driver 12/30/2015
19. God's Coloring Book 1/5/2016
20. World So Perfect 1/5/2016
21. Well 1/6/2016
22. I Did It! 1/6/2016
23. Red Glow 1/7/2016
24. Cascades 1/7/2016
25. Was That Your Song? 1/8/2016
26. Fairires And Elves 1/8/2016
27. God's Canopy 1/9/2016
28. Looking Down 1/9/2016
29. Warm Breezes 5/2/2016
30. Green Blue 5/2/2016
31. Fences 5/3/2016
32. House 5/3/2016
33. Computer Room 5/4/2016
34. Why Do You Do That? 5/4/2016
35. Waters 5/5/2016
36. Nature And Glasses 5/5/2016
37. The Chiming Of The Bell 5/5/2016
38. I Couldn't Find You In The Room With Me 5/6/2016
39. There Was This Chemistry 5/6/2016
40. Ego Walls 5/6/2016
Best Poem of Vera Sidhwa

Children On The Streets Of India

The girl of twelve told me,
A different but then the same story,
That boy of four told me,
His idea of what life should be.


But I different from them,
And yet the same.
Couldn't understand that life's game,
Couldn't even spare THEM,
These very newly arrived, happy and eager ones.


Their laughter, giggles and grin,
Their baby souls with hardly a sin,
Would eventually face such challenges,
That even many adults wouldn't.


These were children of another reality.
But these children were just like others,
With conditions ...

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Your Halo Far Away

Look how the breeze kisses the roses so gently,
And how the green glittering leaves sing in harmony.
See the constellations stand still, for that is their fate,
Yet people look at each other with hate.

Please, aren't you coming today? Oh, I see your halo far away.
Won't you save our day, we beg you to come today.

There seems to be a tune in the air, and the birds sing as if they have no care.

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