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Taj Mahal (Haiku Poem With Independent H...
Symbol of undying love marvel in marble, white as dove They say 'Wah Taj! Wah! ' That wonder of the world,
Angels On Earth
The world seems so huge to me And life is like a race, So much to learn and So much to do Leaves hardly any time to laze.
A Tribute To Our Departed Principal
The dawn of the new year had just arrived, How happily we all bloomed! Like Flowers Ready to face the day again we had resolutions, eagerness, determination and desires.
Janu na kya hoga kal ko.. Lekin Jannana hoga... dur jana hoga... Uncha chadna hoga...
Oh how to say... how do I describe? That am not here, but there deep inside.
Who Is Happier?
In the twilight of an beautiful eve When the Sun is delicious red, Comes a poodle for a walk Along the river bed.
Laughter The Best Medicine
When you're sad or when you're sick Don't just cry but try this trick Laugh and laugh it's good for all Laugh that does your problem solve
First Rains (Haiku)
My mind needs a shelter, runs helter and skelter from the fierce and raging storm,
Mistakes. Make you feel sour, They slap, hurt while teaching. But to learn from them is a great
Sleeping infant awakes. cries, sees mother Sleeps again.
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Taj Mahal (Haiku Poem With Independent Haiku)
Symbol of undying love
marvel in marble, white as dove
They say 'Wah Taj! Wah! '
That wonder of the world,
finds place in every heart.
Such is the grand mausoleum!
Careful hands and twenty two years,
made perfect each stone
as flowers and 'aayahts'.
Outside are beautiful fountains.
Gardens full of flowers to
perfume the sleep of she who lies
Like an earthly paradise
for someone who is dead,
when life was death for some!