Lozaan Khumbah

Rookie - 112 Points (Tamenglong, Manipur)

Lozaan Khumbah Poems

1. Dances At Night 2/7/2011
2. Lay Your Sleeping Head 2/10/2011
3. To Die Young 4/17/2011
4. Race With The Angels 4/17/2011
5. Not Right Now, Lord 4/17/2011
6. Untitled 4/30/2011
7. The Castle Of Dreams 5/12/2011
8. Waiting 9/1/2011
9. Homecoming 9/21/2011
10. Souvenir 9/21/2011
11. Sunrise (In Cheirao Ching) 9/21/2011
12. The Wait 9/24/2011
13. In This Beautiful World 9/21/2011
14. Thinking Of You 11/1/2011
15. Going Home 11/19/2011
16. A Prayer 3/22/2012
17. A Memorial 7/18/2012
18. On The Bank Of The Beas River 7/18/2012
19. Beyond These Clouds 9/2/2012
20. Crossroads 5/28/2013
21. An Evening Thought 7/9/2013
22. Sing Me A Song, My Love 8/7/2013
23. Autumn Evenings 3/10/2016
24. Freedom 3/10/2016
25. Someday 3/10/2016
26. Precious 3/10/2016
27. The Night Mother Cried 7/9/2016
28. I Miss You 7/25/2016
29. Fingerprints 7/25/2016
30. On Teachers' Day 9/23/2011
31. My Ithaca 9/21/2011
32. A Walk Together 10/13/2011
33. Gaddi 8/14/2012
34. When I Wake Up Tomorrow 2/3/2012
35. The Good Old Days 9/21/2011
36. On A Day Like This 8/6/2013

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The Good Old Days

I remember, when we were younger
And more innocent than now;
When life was simple and easier
And worry was not our lot-
The Sky was a little more blue!

I remember the school- our school
Where we grew up together,
Along with all the mischiefs
And the many joys of childhood-
The days of early Springtime.

I remember the games we played
Running round and round in circles;
The laughter that was truly ours;
The secret stories and crushes
The fear and shyness defining Love.

I remember the one I held dear,
The lively smile that I always...

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Race With The Angels

Spring’s gone, a long time away;
The sun is tired, the leaves are dry,
The birds sing sadness and cold wind blows,
The flowers are for a wreath- nothing lasts forever!

And you’re gone, hurriedly, as if late;
Left us here to mourn and cry and weep
And face another day without you.
You’ll never know how much we missed you!

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