Aditya Mudbhary

Rookie - 82 Points (December 16 - Still living / Patan, Nepal)

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Aditya Mudbhary started poetry from a very young age. His inspirations come from the likes of John Keats and Walt Whitman. Despite his birth in Nepal, his first language is English as he was brought up with a Cambridge education since a very young age.

He can be seen as a revolutionary artist of words who combines old english with modern day vocabulary. He delibrately writes in this ... more »

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  • Fabrizio Frosini Fabrizio Frosini (1/18/2016 7:32:00 AM)

    a young, bright poet whose poetry is filled with a beautiful imagery and enticing messages, but also with pain, sorrow and hope..
    I enjoyed reading your poems, Aditya. Keep on posting!
    Peace

  • Pratikshya Sedhain (8/20/2013 5:34:00 AM)

    very good poems. I liked all. thanks.
    I invite you to read my poems and comment.

  • Anonymous Butterfly (2/26/2010 9:26:00 AM)

    Hi,
    I've read all your poems and you have the gift of writing and you show your emotions. That's the reason why most of people write to express themselves or they use it as their PersonalDiary. (I do.) Sometimes.
    I liked The World Empire most.
    Keep penning.


    B.B.

  • Terence Nabbs (10/7/2009 12:21:00 PM)

    dear eddie I've read all your work and I am surprised by the use of feeling you put into your poetry for such a young age, looking foreward to more terry

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Best Poem of Aditya Mudbhary

Death Fear It Not

As thine wake up to the winter misty morning,
With no sunlight,
Bright colorful flowers or the chirping birds singing their song,
The Feeling of death lurks within thy.

Close to thee, Thy see nothing,
Just fog and the gloomy atmosphere sing,
A close friend of old age comes and pays a visit to your fable feelings,
Although I tell thee, There is no need to be afraid.

Death makes angel's of us all,
And leads us a path of a new crawl,
Indifferent forms, Yes I tell thee,
But that's how nature works and that's how it wants to see.

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