Vikram G. Aarella


Vikram G. Aarella Poems

1. The Groundnut Sellers 4/19/2006
2. The Kingdom Of Mysore 5/6/2006
3. Your Choice 5/28/2006
4. Rise Of India And China 6/1/2006
5. Govind Singh – The Last Guru 7/10/2006
6. Stirling - Of Wallace 7/26/2006
7. The Ghost Of Doctor’s Ground 7/25/2006
8. Heart Will Sing 6/18/2006
9. Visiting Scotland 6/28/2006
10. Varuna – The Rain God 7/3/2006
11. Long Lasting Date 11/27/2007
12. Oh American Stapling 11/27/2007
13. Mad Fakir 11/29/2007
14. Like A Pack Of Wolves 12/1/2007
15. Another Year Gone - Goodbye 2007 12/26/2007
16. Golden Pen And An Old Women 12/26/2007
17. Taliban Raising - Assasination Of Benazir Bhutto 12/27/2007
18. When A Big Tree Falls - Bhutto And Pakistan 12/27/2007
19. The Golden Horde 12/27/2007
20. Vikram Aarella Will Hold The Fort 12/13/2007
21. An Old Women With Split Personality 12/29/2007
22. Gone By Days 1/5/2008
23. Indian Taming Of Australia 1/11/2008
24. Obama In Presidential Race 1/12/2008
25. Like A Bird 1/14/2008
26. Time Tames All 1/17/2008
27. United Kingdom Of Rain 1/18/2008
28. Kamikaze Bombers Of Japan 1/18/2008
29. Pushed To The Wall 2/12/2008
30. Peace Of Mind 3/9/2008
31. This Is Not My Country 3/9/2008
32. Drastic Steps 3/9/2008
33. Escapism 3/9/2008
34. In Pursuit Of Happiness 3/15/2008
35. My French Connection 3/15/2008
36. Night In Newcastle 3/15/2008
37. Caerphilly Miners 3/15/2008
38. Carmarthen 3/15/2008
39. Sharper Then Knife 6/13/2008
40. Candle And Cake 6/15/2008
Best Poem of Vikram G. Aarella

She's Married

The girl with dark and beautiful hair,
Her eyes are lovely and her skin fair.
She is like a full bloomed flower
With beauty, I can’t bear

I want to be her lover,
I will die for her, I swear.
But alas, my friend, my dear
She's married and it’s her husband that I fear.

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The Groundnut Sellers

Don't feel lonely in the fair
We are always here
To charge your energy with care
Without making you bare.

Pepsi, coca-cola and thumbs-up
Will only make your blood pressure shoot up.
we are not looking for any merit,
our aim is to rise your spirit.

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