Areena Arora

Rookie (1/7/96 / Lucknow, presently in Allahabd, India)

Areena Arora Poems

1. Advice 2/16/2009
2. The Golden Bird 9/5/2009
3. The Drowning Streets 12/22/2009
4. Salvation 3/22/2010
5. The Letter 4/24/2010
6. The Waters... 6/22/2010
7. One Strange Day 8/23/2010
8. I Wonder 10/1/2010
9. Journey 10/1/2010
10. The Ultimate 100 10/8/2010
11. Lost Childhood 3/4/2010
12. I Wish 1/29/2011
13. A Place, I'D Miss.. 1/29/2011
14. Japan Earthquake-Tribute 7/13/2011
15. Irony Of Time 7/13/2011
16. The Road Called Life 11/5/2011
17. Life Is Amazing! 11/5/2011
18. Her Grave... 3/3/2010
19. Truth 3/3/2010
20. 26/11 - A Tribute 1/29/2011
21. A Little Hope 11/5/2011
22. Hope 7/13/2011
23. For Times I Waited Long....... 10/16/2009
24. Beyond Depths 2/12/2010
25. Every Season Passing By 2/17/2010
26. Tearless Eyes Of Mine 8/14/2009
27. Believe It! 11/5/2011
28. Bare Truth 3/19/2010
29. Global Citizen 3/10/2010
30. Faith 2/12/2010
31. Success 9/19/2009
32. Missed Opputunities 1/30/2010
33. Friendship 9/5/2009
34. Destiny 9/11/2009
35. Dream 9/11/2009
36. Who Cares? 2/18/2009
37. Peace 11/27/2009
38. A Friend 2/13/2010
39. A Daughtr's Faith 2/13/2009
40. Kargil Warfare 11/21/2011
Best Poem of Areena Arora

She Cried

seeing her child
part from her, the mother cried

she cried hard
for just one more glimpse
of her dear child

ruthless was the society
who didn't accept the mother's child
though the mother loved him loads
despite knowing his illness couldn't be cured

everyone rejected him
no one was ready to accept
though he was one of them

the mother cried and cried loud
yet no one came to help from the huge crowd

her child wasn't different
from the others in line

what made him unique
was just the way people looked at him....

Read the full of She Cried

The Golden Bird

Our India needed help
golden bird was turning to hell
foreigners were ruling
trading at high rates was a way of fooling
A few came up to fight
for the snatched Indian rights
instead some were vice
as they took the devil's advice
Still there was a lamp, a light

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