Pramiti Upadhyay

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A Key Without A Lock
I was moving down a valley when I saw a key,
I thought whether it was for someone else or for me.

The key was no ordinary but golden
A New Teacher
My legs were shaking when I entered the hall,
I started to recall what my friend had told,
With shaking hands the mike I hold,
And at last I and my students inside the four walls.
The One-Eyed Man
There was a man sitting beside a river
He seemed to be very ill and he was suffering from fever

His one eye was missing and his face was pale
When A War Ends
The valleys full of animals,
Grazing, happily the grass.
With their hairs dancing,
Due to the wind pass.
I Will Be There On Time
Near the horizon,
under the shade of a tree,
Oh! dear fellow,
I'll be there.


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