Deepak Calyampoondi

Rookie - 409 Points [Deepak Caly]

Deepak Calyampoondi Poems

1. I'M Here To Care 2/27/2011
2. It's Just A Thought 2/27/2011
3. Nature's Canvas 2/27/2011
4. It's A Perfect Time! ! ! 2/27/2011
5. Something From Within 2/27/2011
6. Symbol Of Love 2/27/2011
7. The Way She Lost 2/27/2011
8. Who Am I 2/28/2011
9. On The Same Boat 2/28/2011
10. That First Twinkle 2/28/2011
11. As Milestones Went By 2/27/2011
12. As She Went By 2/27/2011
13. The Daybreak 2/27/2011
14. An Artist's Delight..: -) 2/27/2011
15. Passing Clouds 2/28/2011
16. Last Chance 3/4/2011
17. Beyond The Blue Sea 3/7/2011
18. An Echo 3/7/2011
19. Words Do Matter 3/7/2011
20. On The Sea Shore 3/7/2011
21. The Mountain 3/9/2011
22. If Hunger Dies.. 3/11/2011
23. If Yesterday Comes 3/11/2011
24. Filled With Blood 3/1/2011
25. Message In The Bottle 3/3/2011
26. Timeless Travel 3/3/2011
27. The Barrier 3/13/2011
28. The Housewife 3/14/2011
29. The Call Of War 3/14/2011
30. Who Is 'she'? 3/14/2011
31. Flowers... 8/21/2012
32. Sunset.... 8/26/2012
33. A Poet's Prayer 8/28/2012
34. Moonlight 9/4/2012
35. Sunrise 9/5/2012
36. Teacher's Day 9/5/2012
37. Scars On Your Heart 9/14/2012
38. The Traits In You, Makes You. 5/11/2015
39. Song Of My Life 5/11/2015
40. A Beautiful Start 5/11/2015
Best Poem of Deepak Calyampoondi

A Rise From A Fall

Often as it happens to all,
miss something, expect it not,
it might be your time to fall.

As the world might go upside down,
Never worry, you are not to drown,
In your bad times many might frown,
Little do they know that you have grown
for when you fall,
you do rise again after all.

Wiser you get with every fall,
stronger are your emotions to show it all,
with all your might, you do leap,
then comes your time for a peacefull sleep.
Ignore all others, whatever they call,
for you know how to rise from a fall.

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As She Went By

As she always went by,
Being myself i was too shy,
The pounding of my heart shot up to the sky,
i've always wondered why,
As she went by.

Always hoping that we could talk,
but ever afraid that she would laugh,
with the hope that one day we could talk,

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