Amann Aroraa [AmanArora] (28 March 1993 / New Delhi)
Biography of Amann Aroraa
Aman Arora, born and brought up in Delhi, aspiring to be a professional writer. I picked up writing at school and generally learned by practicing it.
Poetry or any form of writing is a medium to communicate, to express and we all depend on communication for our development as human beings. I believe in strengthening this communication and poetry is a great tool to express one's ideas and views. It is a tool used since the past by great servants of men who with the power of their pen guided man to walk the road to progress. I want to contribute to the immortal ocean of literature.
I am enjoying poetry and am learning, still far away from where I want to be. If you are willing, be my co-passenger in my journey.
- A Middle Class Man Goes Shopping
- Come and hear
- I Broke My Heart
- I Have Nothing To Say To You
- I still need you
- I versus the world
- Just Let It Be
- Sometimes I Feel Like
- Sorry Pa, I disagree
- The Gleam On Her Face [Sonnet}
- The Window Seat
- The Young Birds
- To my grandfather-A tribute
- Where art thou creativity?
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I Broke My Heart
Her heart was spacious,
But it had no space for me.
I knew the consequences,
Still let my feelings flee.
She made no wrong move,
Gave me no wrong sign.
I needed none perhaps,
Fallen already for her divine.