Kumari Simran Poems

  • 1.
    When the world started to wither ,
    And it couldn't absorb any hatred.
    When the darker clouds became bigger,
    And the sky couldn't be illuminated.
  • 2.
    Faded as these roses,
    Thoughts in my mind.
    Thorns in my pockets,
    Leaving stories behind.
  • 3.
    An imaginary city, a room filled with confetti.
    A space for graffiti, is in my mind already.

    An imaginary city, where there will be no committee,
  • 4.
    Now rise and show your strength,
    Because challenges never ends.
    Be eloquent, deep and tender,
    For people will see only your gender.
Total 4 Poems by Kumari Simran

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Desire 1 Tender 1 Deep 1 Rise 1 Failure 1 Strong 1 Knowledge 1 Wrong 1 Pure 1 Prison 1

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