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Short Hindi poem by Archana Garg| Details | |

Jab We Met

His soft touch and 
I shrank a little.
"Jab We Met",
Kite like heart,
Reached heights.

"Jab We Met" : A popular Hindi movie meaning - when we met.

Date: 22/03/14

Short Hindi poem by shadab shaikh| Details | |


Shikayat Toh Sabhi Karte hai
Par shikayat karoge Kab Tak

Haqeeqat Ki Talaash To Sabko Hai
Par Haqeeqat Talaashoge Kab Tak

Jo Bhi Hai
Yehi Zindagi Hai Bas

Jilo Thoda Iseh
Zinda Ho Jab Tak

Short Hindi poem by Aditi Sharma| Details | |

Terrible exams

hey Whats this 
gonna piss
in this exams
gonna mad
Hindi maths 
Mind gonna crack
computer G K 
What a freak hey
laws of snell
what the hell
Geography history
What a mystery
In exams Wanna score
But its very bore

Short Hindi poem by brian beasley| Details | |


This form was made from star stuff
To radiate endless love.
My soul is whole, but part of
land, sea, and sky above.
I am whole, but only half of
Creations infinite expanse.
I think that you are Lila
The universe’s perfect dance.

Short Hindi poem by shadab shaikh| Details | |

Yeh khaalipan

Jab Meri Bechaini Mit Jayegi
Jab Mere Dilko Sukoon Mil Jayega
Yeh Khaalipan Mit Jayega

Do Pal Ki Chandni Ke Liye
Aj Bhi Zinda Hoon Main
Meri Khaamoshi Ke Ageh Aasmaan Bhi Khatam Ho Jayega

Kehne Ke Liye Toh Roz Marta Hoon Main
Thoda Aur Marne Ke Liye
Yeh Deewana Kal Phir Ayega

Short Hindi poem by Mohan Chutani| Details | |

Chariots of gods

Angkor temples 
reveal old paths 
of god borne ‘raths’ 
came from lands far 

gods, goddesses 
guard the altar
keep demons far 
people at peace 

'raths'- chariots in Hindi language

Mohan Chutani
Contest: Ride on a Pathya Va
Theme of Chariots of gods from far (India)

Short Hindi poem by Omar Hachmi| Details | |

I love you

The love was a dream so I hope that I keep the length of my life asleep 
The series was your love I do not want him to be the end of the 
If your love so I hope that breathe air 
If your love I want a cigarette that has become addicted to them 
The love was a wealth so I hope to live in my body 
The love was the most beautiful bird dreamed of his upbringing

Author : Omar Hachmi 

Short Hindi poem by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen| Details | |


Christ, avatar.
One Christmas star
Cosmos ajar.
Life dusts disperse.

A child of God
Like trees in sod.
All on Earth laud.
One universe.

December 8, 2014

Written for Poetry Soup Member Contest: DESIDERATA 
Sponsor	nette onclaud

I Chose Theme #2

NOTE: av·a·tar
1.	1.
a manifestation of a deity or released soul in bodily form on earth; an incarnate divine teacher.

Short Hindi poem by RINI VYAS| Details | |


subjects are few
but some are new
chemistry is full of chemicals..
history has kings,
maths has numerals
civics is made of politics...

In geography we fly across "mars"
physics can measure distance of "stars" 
English and hindi has stories
Ghost,magic and of mysteries..
biology has cells and animals.
what can we do if they don't have "skell"
REad one by one and learn it..
read it once more and make great fun of it.

Short Hindi poem by Courtney Ivie| Details | |

Indian Palaces and Long Lost Paintings

The ocean keeps us apart
Like shackles tying us to the Earth
They cannot bind us forever,

Close your eyes... can you see me?
Hold out your hand... can you feel me?
When you part your lips... can you taste me?

In my head the science is simple
What are the coordinates? ...Here.
And the time? ...Now.

The ocean keeps us apart
But under the stars we remain together.


Short Hindi poem by Sidney Beck| Details | |



Do you think in Russian words  or English?
No,  in pictures and shapes  - feelings
That’s why God doesn’t have to speak  Swahili or Chinese
He sees our pictures
You don’t have to be all holified, or prayeriffic
Saintified  people use pictures too
Little children use pictures
Suffer little children to come
Speaking no words, neither churchful Hindi
Nor mosquacious Arabic.
He sees their pictures

Short Hindi poem by Kennedy Lea| Details | |

No One Can Hear Me

I awake, not sure whether I am alive... or dead
I wait, for the smell of the hearth... and baking bread 
But, what greets me is the smell of the privy next to my bed
I am like a ghost.. no one remembers what my last words were
I listen for the clucking of hens
I listen for my goat in her pen
I listen for my little brother, my kin
I do not hear them
I yell, For my mother
For my father
For my sister
But no one can hear me,
Not even the gods

Short Hindi poem by Abdul Malik| Details | |



FARSI - Christmas-e-shoma Mobarak Bashad
FRENCH - Joyeux Noel
GREEK - Kala Christouyenna
GERMAN - Froehliche Weihnachten
ITALIAN - Buone Feste Natalizie 
LATIN - Natale hilare et Annum Faustumi
NAVAJO - Merry Keshmish
BRAZILIAN - Boas Festes e Feliz Ano Novo
SPANISH - Feliz Navidad
URDU - Naya Saal Mubarak Ho
HINDI - Shub Naya Baras

Short Hindi poem by Gert W. Knop| Details | |

Scherben des Lebens/ The shards of life/ Los fragmentos de la vida

Die Scherben des Lebens lassen sich nicht kitten.  (German)

The shards of the life cannot be cemented.  (English)

Los fragmentos de la vida no se puede enmasillar.  (Spanish)

Les éclats de vie ne peu pas être à nouveau ensemble.  (French)

I frammenti di vita non può essere di nuovo insieme .  (Italian)

Die skerwe van die lewe kan nie weer saam wees. (Afrikaans)

Ang mga tipak ng buhay ay hindi maaaring simentuhin. (Tagalog)

Cioburile vietii nu pot fi cimentat. (Romanian)

Short Hindi poem by Ravindra K Kapoor| Details | |

In the rising clouds

In the rising clouds 

In the rising clouds of mind,
Your image often gets formed
But by the time
The eyes can take the impression  
It hides some where and get lost

The thirsty mind keep searching
That image in every eyelid and heart
In the dark lowering clouds 
Of rainy season
Even amid the branches of trees
In autumn


Kanpur India   05th Feb 2010

Originally written many years back in Hindi language
Translated on 4th Feb 2010 

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