Biography of Viraj Bhanshaly
I like to write whenever I want, I also write about anything, I find that nice... pleaz comment and vote on my poems, i hope they appetize you.
My nickname is V or V.J
My first poem was dinosaurs but i lost the copy and the original... sigh, haha i found the original yay! !
Viraj Bhanshaly's Works:
none i wish i could
Viraj Bhanshaly Poems
This Winter came so late, It hasn't even come, The warmth still remains, From late Autumn,
For when the terrorists gained a lead, The world was merely touched, Nobody really cared for then, And an idea of bombs was flushed.
Arrogance of a Poet
Reading, reading, reading aloud, Out to an audience or a large crowd, A lovely poem, simple like this,
As the monster crossed the sea, We watched him go by, But these were my earlier views, And so I’ll tell you why.
The cats on the floor, The dogs on the roof, The tadpoles in the more, And the farmers lost his moose!
When darkness spread All were dead, Animals, freedom and all.
I went on another holiday, This one to Egypt, It was excellent, But even though the title is pyramids,
The shadows moved across the sky, The men standing by, Looking at the shadows formed, Wondering of their destiny,
Loss of Life
Watching the dismal streets, the rain splasing down, Drip dropp Drip drop The loss of life.
Death arrived like horses trot, Along it planned a malicious plot, To kill and be merry in any way, The colored life, slowly turned grey.
This poem is short, For many are dead, But it burns, pains and kills, Cholera, found in water,
In the city all so good, The city streets are calm, Everybody sleeping, On the giant cities palm.
The supernovas fiery gaze, Setting the darkest night ablaze, Through temper, steady shine, The holiness, so divine.
Heaven vs Hell...
As the thunder struck the Heavens, The clouds were passing by, Generating all the anger, It made them swiftly cry.
Those that vouch with careful steps
Will always gain a strife,
Those that help with great beliefs
Won't feel a vicious life.
For freedom wasn't easy,
For those that lived at all,
It gained only mercy
And led to only fall.