You turn into the sunny sight,

Sadness and gloom, we never see in your eyes bright

The fragrance you inhale is so fresh already,

Young thoughts are in full bloom like the lion ready.


Summery infinite potential, you possess, that echoes the splashes of joy and ecstasy.

Crown, you wear of corn ears with a bang on majesty.

Yes, you’re the future of any country!

Please seek knowledge, peace, love, and understanding!


Life’s glory lies in conducting the good things

Remain grounded but free to express, and open your wings

Be like the sun  and moon that shine so bright

But never boast of their radiance and light.


Let your thoughts and ideas fly in the open air,

Of wisdom, free from the encompassing fear.

But, demeaning others and bragging of your materialistic achievements,

Can make thoughts caged, so be always ready for your improvements.


Life’s a dream to persuade, heart to follow.

To be directed towards goals, keep a good motto

As you’re the future of any country,

Make it proud by contributing your bright ideas efficiently!


Pooja Mandla

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Written by Pooja Mandla

 Pooja is an educator by profession but a word weaver by passion. She has a BSc in Medical, an M.Phil. in English literature and, a B.Ed. degree from Punjab(Chandigarh) University.

She loves to read, write, draw and travel. She finds inspiration from nature and the surrounding people. She is passionate about writing poems and is a regular contributor to several online platforms, where she has won many prizes. 

Her poems have been published in  11 anthologies so far by the various Publishing house and, a few are in process.  Two of her poems have recently been selected for two different anthologies by an International press called Sweetycatpress. Her poems have also been published in International magazines like Literoma and Innsaei Journals.

She has recently been awarded with the award of appreciation for the ANNUAL WORDSMITH AWARD 2021 by ASIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.

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