Biography of Naman Bansal
Naman Bansal Poems
Personification of chariness in her eyes; Metaphors of her drowsy lips, the red dark love lips. Cupid is there in her heart. She's a girl I was born for, she's a one my heart worn for.
An Immortal Love
She wrote beauty, on the paper of heart which was mine. A hand-held in unity and fingers entwined. I gave her the power to destroy everything completely.
Serenity Painted Nature
She was feeling dead inside, no vehemence. All sanguine were gone, vibes got froze, in an icy lake. She went back to her place, to have a serene solace. Cryptic lullabies of moon;
I'm just sick of living a 'nerd' life. It makes me squeamish. In school I was the quiet kid who was always preoccupied with homework.
A Page From My Future Dairy
It was my first day at college. We were seated rather nervously at our respective seats. Students were entering the class excited with the entire hullabaloo.
Years and years have gone. Still you're the one. The last desire and the last sapphire. You were an angle and you'll be an angel.
I'm just sick of living a 'nerd' life.
It makes me squeamish.
In school I was the quiet kid who was always preoccupied with homework.
I never made the extra effort to socialize.
I never made any friends.
Whatever little friendship I did, it was all superficial.