anju addanki


anju addanki Poems

1. My Window To The World 6/16/2009
2. My Baby 6/17/2009
3. Progress 6/19/2009
4. The Loss 6/23/2009
5. The Bird 6/26/2009
6. Understanding! 7/1/2009
7. Guests... 7/6/2009
8. Poverty! 7/13/2009
9. The Day You Were Sorry. 7/17/2009
10. The Winter 7/19/2009
11. Lives! Which I Ended. 7/23/2009
12. Rainfall... 7/23/2009
13. Rain. 7/29/2009
14. Wife. 7/29/2009
15. Sucessful Marriage. 7/29/2009
16. Teens. 7/30/2009
17. My Sisters Motherhood 8/6/2009
18. I Miss You-My Love 11/5/2009
19. For A While 11/10/2009
20. Love's Silent Message. 11/10/2009
21. Haiku-On Love 11/13/2009
22. Haiku On Love Again 11/17/2009
23. My First Love(Haiku) 11/18/2009
24. Love(Haiku) 11/18/2009
25. Romance Haiku 11/18/2009
26. Love Confessions(Haiku) 11/18/2009
27. Romance Haiku 11/18/2009
28. Sucess Of Marriage(Haiku) 11/17/2009
29. Haiku On Wife 11/17/2009
30. Silent Tear! 11/20/2009
31. Haiku On Husband 11/20/2009
32. You And Me! 12/22/2009
33. On The Beach 1/6/2010
34. Baby Shower 1/20/2010
35. Special Friendship 1/20/2010
36. On Valentines For A Special Friend. 2/4/2010
37. Self 2/10/2010
38. Dilki Baat(Poem In Hindi) 2/15/2010
39. Dil Ka Haal(Hindi Poem) 2/15/2010
40. Living Miles Away! 2/16/2010
Best Poem of anju addanki

Anniversary!

It was such a bright day,
As all was in my way,
The sun showed its first ray,
And my husbands kiss made me gay.

Cuddling each other in the bed,
To the memories did it led,
Making love like newly wed,
Made my face turn like red.

Downstairs did we ran,
In to the kitchen holding a pan,
Making our lunch plan,
We had a full ban.

Diamond on my finger,
Bringing the bodies nearer,
Suddenly felt the warmth on my lips,
And my heart flips,
Which felt like a bliss.

Walking hand in hand,
To the restaurant did we land, ...

Read the full of Anniversary!

With You Without You

Withoutyou, the world has become
an incredible reality.
Joys find me smiling
and grief, brings forth tears.

With you care did not press,
Worries did not depress,
The broken thread of understanding
between myself and the world,

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