Category: Poets of Ekya

PoetsOfEkya: Beyond Compare By Urja Srivastava 

Life would be easy, isn’t it?  If only we had a delete button! And just a crop and edit, And each moment would be perfect! But, I ask you, What’s the fun in perfection? No moment would be as precious,...

/ July 19, 2020

#PoetOfEkya: Just Wonder By Urja Srivastava

Wonder how the world would be, Without my eyes, if I had to see? How would I see the color blue? Green, Red, White, or a Purple hue? The differences how would I know, Dew, hail, mist, fog, or is...

/ July 19, 2020

#PoetsOfEkya: Hypocrisy By Urja Srivastava

HYPOCRISY We talk about, The million things, Wrong, out There in the world. What do we do about it? Absolutely nothing. We talk about how society, Can sometimes confine us, With its tags and labels, And how that’s so frustrating....

/ July 19, 2020

Friendship by Maya Kubher

Friendship comes with love Under the sky above Friendship comes with sharing and to each other, we should be caring A friend is one, with whom we play and with whom we spend the day With them we go to...

/ December 9, 2019

Mother – by P Shraavya Hande, Grade 7B, Ekya School JP Nagar

Mother, oh! mother, You are my cradle; You hold me every time I stumble! Mother, oh! mother, You feed me; You ignite the energy in me! Mother, oh! mother, You are my life; My jive! Mother, oh! mother, You are...

/ August 21, 2019

Playing the piano – By Niranjana Arun, Grade 6

Playing the piano When I first got you, I was overwhelmed with joy. Now you are just standing there, Collecting dust like a toy. One day I walk up to you, And pull out your covers. Realising you were part...

/ August 20, 2019

Monday Morning by Rohit Maiyya

Monday Morning My Monday morning started like this, I woke up in the morning  To find my father pulling me out of bed Waking up early was surely not my strength So as I trudged downstairs like a zombie I...

/ July 29, 2019

Awaited – Poem by Urja Srivastava

AWAITED The awaited time of the year, Summer vacations are finally here! We do what we do the best, Studies go and have some rest… The first month up, Playing it cool, The first month down, Worried about school. Arts...

/ July 25, 2019

Sunrise by Dhrishya Mohan Reddy

Sunrise      The darkness of night comes to an end, A faint orange glow starts to transcend. The clouds in the sky, take on some colours, The hues transform until there are many colours.  Crimson and yellow, purple and...

/ July 25, 2019

The view from my window by Vipin Lokesh

The view from my window The view from my window Was the opposite of a fallow I could not help but think What would change once I blink.  I was eager to draw This contrast of an abyss It was...

/ July 25, 2019