Kavitha Krishnamurthy

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Kavitha Krishnamurthy Poems

1. Friends 11/7/2006
2. Life-A Puzzle 11/14/2006
3. Oh Mysterious Cloud 11/16/2006
4. Learn To Be 11/19/2006
5. Bestow Your Shower 11/22/2006
6. Bubbly Waves 11/27/2006
7. A Unique Experience 12/1/2006
8. Give Me More 12/5/2006
9. A Little More 12/5/2006
10. The Ant 12/5/2006
11. Be A Beacon 12/4/2006
12. Will The Weather Change? 12/4/2006
13. What Future Has Got In Store? 12/5/2006
14. Blend With Me - Bring A Smile 12/5/2006
15. Meeting With God 12/6/2006
16. Heaven And Hell 12/6/2006
17. Human Seasons 12/7/2006
18. Grain Of Sand 12/6/2006
19. Vivid Shades Of Nature 12/8/2006
20. Alter Personality Advice 12/11/2006
21. An Alluring Peacock 12/18/2006
22. The Soul Within 12/19/2006
23. The War Inside Me 12/23/2006
24. The Cocoon 12/23/2006
25. A Puppet With Strings Attached 12/26/2006
26. Sow A Seed Of Thought 12/26/2006
27. Relative Time 12/28/2006
28. The Tale Of A Land 1/3/2007
29. An Autumn In A Leaf’s Life 1/6/2007
30. A Perfect Weekend Evening 1/13/2007
31. The Phoenix 1/13/2007
32. Heart 1/30/2007
33. The Nature At Twilight 2/9/2007
34. Silent Whispers 2/16/2007
35. Lotus-The Sovereign Of Flowers 3/7/2007
36. An Eternal Day 1/2/2007
37. Charisma Of The First Rain 3/21/2007
38. Life - A Coin With Two Sides 3/23/2007
39. The True Clout Of Nature 4/12/2007
40. The Stranger 7/20/2007

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Best Poem of Kavitha Krishnamurthy

Child Labor

Hopeful eyes, pretty smile
Soft hands, million dreams
Isn't the identity of a child?
Then why do I see
Drowsy eyes, timid smile
Rough hands and shattered dreams

Deprived of their childhood
Crumpled by the workload
Burdened with responsibility
In such a small age
If they lose these wonderful days
Would it come back again?

There is so much to learn
So much to accomplish
Not being given enough chance
Fight for a cause
Raise your voice
Exterminate child labor

Do justice to them
Bring back their smile
Bless the million hearts

Read the full of Child Labor

Autobiography Of A Leaf

Hanging on the branches
Swinging with the wind

I had many pals
All so pretty as me

We were a happy family
Of brother leaves, sister fruits