Narendra Kuppan

Rookie - 31 Points (28.12.1986 / Bangalore)

Narendra Kuppan Poems

1. Work 1/3/2008
2. Rubber Ball 1/6/2008
3. I Love To Write 4/6/2009
4. The Angle 2/10/2010
5. Prayer 2/10/2010
6. To Departed Legend 2/23/2010
7. Student 11/24/2009
8. Library 4/2/2010
9. Kidscorner 3 (Rhymes) 8/31/2010
10. Just Few Diameters 9/5/2010
11. Balance-Silence........ 9/5/2010
12. Did You Say? ? ? ? ? 9/6/2010
13. Science 5/21/2010
14. Brave 1/10/2013
15. Thoughts 7/3/2013
16. Our Leader 9/17/2014
17. Democracy Ii 1/11/2013
18. Father 4/15/2013
19. Dove 8/9/2010
20. Summer Rain 12/26/2007
21. War 4/13/2010
22. Princess 12/30/2008
23. Worth 9/2/2009
24. Daily Laborer 1/6/2008
25. Knight 1/9/2008
26. Path 1/9/2008
27. Who Are We 2/18/2008
28. Election 1/11/2013
29. Deepavali 12/26/2007
30. Hope 12/26/2007
31. Confidence 2/23/2010
32. Democracy 1/28/2010
33. Opposition 12/26/2007
34. Song Of Will 12/26/2007
35. To English Literature 12/26/2007
36. Wrong 1/9/2008
37. Army To There Counters’ People (Terrorism) . 12/5/2008
38. We Don’t Know 1/9/2008
39. Tiny Drop 2/27/2008
40. Christmas Day 12/4/2008
Best Poem of Narendra Kuppan

A Good Teacher

A Good teacher is one, who teaches with love.
A Good teacher is one, who Corrects Students and make them Grow, Instead of shouting and making them slow.
A Good teacher is one, who makes Things to Flow.
A Good teacher is one, who gets things done as and when.
A Good teacher is one, who never treats a student as Foe.
A Good teacher is one, who Teachings must help in long Run.
A Good teacher is one, who says always it can be done.
A Good teacher is one, who should never make students Run, Instead have Great Fun.
A Good teacher is one, who must be always Bright and Teach ...

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Bliss

We are children with immortal Bliss.
We are busy in our Bliss.

We never look into the heart of our fellow men which has depressions deep.

We never look into our country which has great history which is filled with lot of Mystery.

We never look into the world which has great history brief filled lot of grief.

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