By  nikhil asok

* ദത്തുപുത്രൻ*


കയ്യിൽ കിടന്നൊരാ തങ്കക്കുടത്തേക്കാൾ കണ്ടാൽ കൊതിയൂറും മുഖമവനന്ന്


കണ്ണതു കണ്ടവർ ചൊല്ലി വിളിച്ചു "കണ്ണൻ" എന്നാവണം നാമമത്രേ!


സമ്പത് സമൃദനായ് കണ്ണൻ വളർന്നു സകല സൗഭാഗ്യങ്ങൾ അവനു വന്നു,


പഠനത്തിലും പഠന ഇതരത്തിലും അവൻ ആരെയും വെല്ലുന്ന കേമനായി.


അച്ഛനും അമ്മക്കും സോദരങ്ങൾക്കും കൂട്ടായി കൂടപ്പിറപ്പായി


സ്നേഹം വിതറുന്ന മനസ്സാണവനെന്നും ശാന്ത സ്വരൂപനെന്നാരും പറയും.


By  adiya noyal

Dusk laid down on me, the stars were my words

I scrawled them upon a beautiful destiny

Night came dashing and crashing when it heard

The sky was paper and my words would be infinity

The trees lifted their eyes to meet my words upon skies

The streetlights were dimmed by words that glistened

A cup of glory overpoured washes these papers to write

By  anshika tiwari


Crying under the blanket, 

Hugging the pillow, 

Hostel life taught her the lessons, 

To smile in tears and glow, 

Not letting anyone know, 

Especially parents, who love her the best, 

That's how she has to grow... 

This is where strangers turn into family,

From asking permission to use their things,

To exchanging everything,

By  anita britto

Kia Kaha Christchurch – Our hearts go out to you
United we will stand strong – through this crisis we’ll pull through
Proud to be a Kiwi – On our darkest day
We’ll rise and heal together and hold hands while we pray


Christchurch we are with you – with our siblings who have died
This tragedy has shocked us but we are unified

By  adiya noyal

My face becomes stiff with a crescent of the moon

Which is so contagious as I dance to a happy tune

The sun heats up my smile on a crimson land

Flowers bloom on the palm of my hand

“Happy” is a word I will never be

“Satisfaction” is a person I will always see

That word makes life so deep and happy deep

These simple smiles are treasures that seeps

By  manjula banerjee

Every night when I look up those stars above the sky,

Gazing them at peak,

Thinking back, if they can also speak!

Those who left us behind,

They are none other than the angles of mine!

Every night I called out their names,

But earlier this hasn't been the same!

Those are the stars of mine who left me behind.


By  aalia chondamma

I was just a child when I saw the blade

Glinting in the darkness, enchanting me,

Calling me by my name

Calling out to me to see.


In my teenage years, I’d run my fingers

Along it’s beautiful steel,

Entranced and in raptures

Within the visions it showed me.


In youth, the skies darkened

As I lifted my chin to face them all

Still unsure about my dreams.

By  manjula banerjee


Mom, you are a gem of a person who always desires to fly high,

You bourne to raise a child, nurture a family always with a smile.

When the sky is the limit, you must shine every minute,

You are the woman of her words who never lie,

Don’t you think you also deserve to fly high?


Your work is never done!

You are the woman among women, always with a high bun.