Delhi Poetry Slam brings to its readers bold and original poetry written by talented young poets from all over the country. Here you can read the most trending poetry from all over India. Enjoy!
Where's my safe haven?
By Mahima Sethi
New to the world,New to the society.
By Chinmai Koripella
By Narendera Kumar
अक्सर देखा है हर पल मैंने,
अपनी इच्छाओं को पूरा होते...
By Josphin George
I thought I can live alone,like how difficult will it be?words crossed my mind..
By Likhitha Kaki
Does Superhero exist?
The answer is yet unrevealed....
By Divyam Kumar
The new born glider
Wants to fly higher
By Siddhant Bharti
Lurking in the shadows of the dark,
I saw a monster haunted by the...
By Abhignya Chalamcharla
I am a butterfly fairy
By Anugnya Chalamcharla
Is there anything better,
By Tanvi Nagar
Dear mum, my childhood began the day I came to you,
But when you let my hand slip away, it ended much before it had to...
By Vedika Paliwal
Where did my childhood go?
As a child
I remember stepping on thoughts...
He had promised me twice in the past.
But didn’t buy it till last;
At sunrise, in that pretty place of dunes,
I saw something.
Sunset eventually came,
Amidst ringing of recess bells...
I still get excited to see airplanes landing....
By Sakshi Dubey
क्या दिन थे वोकितने सुहाने थे वो....
Paper boats and rains are always a pleasant memory
etched in our hearts forever.
By Harshpreet Kour
By Jessica Natta
"I still remember those days
Crying and crying of having those unwanted touches,"
By Nandini Mazumder
In my country
Falling in love is not only a poetic act
By Rashi Karir
Ek mudath hui lade tumse, ek arse se ishq fika hai.. Tere jane ke bad bhi ab tak, mere jeene ka yahi salika hai..
By Shelly Gupta
In the last that I breathe,
I will not perish
By Sanu Kumar
Yu Chalte huye Ajnabee se,
Ishq ki Gujarish hain.
By Gayatri Aich
For being a mess
By Shivani Gulati
By Sneha Das
A drop in the oceanA change in the weather
The first time I saw him
I felt nothing
By Anvi Bhansali
I love you,she said
It’s an “obsession” he glared
My veteran heart
Went to war
By Shaik Shahanaz Jadhi
Walking in the midnight, not exactly walking but running away from the whole
Amidst all the cacophony of
By Ashwini Loya
It begins with the butterflies in the stomach,
Waiting for a glimpse,
By Ananya sharma
See I’ve counted all the stars,
Traced every constellation.
By Malavika A
हमें इस काबिल बना
By Snehal Kalda
जिसे मोहब्बत कहती है दुनिया।
By Riya Singh
Toh samajh aaya pyaar kya hota hai
By Anoushka Dasgupta
On some days,The girl I love
By Sahitya Poonacha
You are a sunlit dream
Inside my heart
By Sonam Chhabra
I stopped loving you the dayWhen I knew deep inside it was you but i refused to accept you as the reason
By Arijit Roy
बस एक बार तुमसे उलझना चाहती हूँ,
रात में चांदनी जैसे अठखेलियाँ करती है,
A dew drop
Embracing the yellow of the sun
By Vishu Mishra
Through my open window I look, Reminiscence of past, nostalgia overtook.
By Sana Fatima
You can keep your world blue, whence mine lies in black.
By CHANDRIMA PRAMANICK
By Rahul Jha
ना जाने तुमसे बात करके मैं इतना बेकरार सा क्यू हो गया .
Wonder creeps upon him,an ethereal feel, as she stood alongside,
amongst the many others, all complete strangers ,
By Brinda Sarma
What is love?
A red rose on Rose Day
There was nothing magical that day
Nor heavy black clouds that hung around
My best friend used to tell me that you ‘just know’
when you’re in love with someone.
By Sanjeeta Singh
Like it's a three-letter sentence strung around the corners of your lips,
the same careless way the wafers of kitkat stick around your mouth.
By Sourabh Joshi
Square, I am a square, I am a square.
By Mahika Bakshi
She built her walls up high
A tough exterior, hiding a hurricane inside
By Prethi Rajendran
शाश्वत दिगंबर जैन
तेरी ख़ुशबू के परिंदें, बैठे हैं कईं डालियों पर,
तेरे हुस्न के इसी जुर्म का, दीवान बन जाता हूँ मैं।
By Shivika Katyal
I wake in the morning
and head from the paper,
Lakshmi Priya P B
Dry and bare, trial and hit.No fire? Withdrawal.
Falling in loveFlowing in love
By Anagha Kinjavadekar
By Aditya Raina
टकरा गई है आंखे
मेहफील में अभी-अभी,
the evening said "I would go back soon to dawn"clouds never lets a formation to hide up in the air
By Saanketh Prabhakar
Would you mind if I take you to my room in the middle of night, with no intentions of having sex with you?
By Janvi Singh
By Sona Khajuria
You didn't appreciated her presence,You called her your love.
By Pertikshan pandhotra
Imperfect still beautiful,Incomplete still joyfull,
Jigme Palzom Bhutia
As the clock stroke midnight,The world stopped, started to blur;
She lay on the bed full of guilty pleasures and high,
Gazing at the ceiling she let out a long sigh.
By Abhay Chitravanshi
Far there is a place, by the name of dream
where often travel i, only to meet thee
By Niyati Sharma
If I were to tell someone about you, I would probably fumble and get twisted in my own words and thoughts.
By Ankita Taneja
By Debojyoti Sarkar
By Swati Mohanty
Maroon, Indigo, Cobalt-
Name what you may-
It was not the grass I smoked, that’s clear
By Parul Sharma
For with you, forever is too shortthat is why my love, i feel utterly distraught
I was waiting- the girl in blue.
Waiting for my man- my eyes were all for you.
“Heard melodies are sweet
But those unheard are sweeter”, said Keats.
By Shreen Nidhi
My favorite time of the day has arrived-That exact moment when darkness engulfs light
The arches her eyebrows made
Made me slide down my senses
By Ananya Kamal
By Pranati Choudhary
I finally feel how it feels,
when something kills you inside.
By Soliloquizing Sunshine
I have known you -
Maybe from two lifetimes ago.
in eight grade when you handed me a sheet of paper
with serrated edges
By Udisha Jana
I close my eyes and I catch his warm, moistened breath. Inhaling. Exhaling. I close my eyes and I look at his fingers entangled in mine. And I know for sure.
By Rhea Atre
There is something about,Winter breezeIn a city where I breathe in vapour
By Tanvi Nagar
By Shagun Agarwal
If you pass two fingers
up the front of my ribs
By Anam Naheed Khan
So, I am fluky,and at loss of words
By L. Pragna Shekar
It makes me mad that I want to let go
and travel a path that leads to you.
By Ritu Dubey
Don’t call me a flower, I may wither with time Don’t call me sun, I may blind you with my shine
Walking down the aisle,
My hormones tasted
By Vishakha Malhotra
The way you hold my hand
By Gauri Mittal
By Neethu Roy
I asked you to bring me something from your memories.
You brought me all the stars in the Universe;
By Abhijeet Chauhan
Mana ki zindagi mein kuch gam hainaankhein na jaane kyu kuch nam hain
I typed you,
By Preksha Dwivedi
How can you sense my Heart when I am Just Acting quiet?Is Silence an Echo of love?
By Gauri Mittal
By Sharon Narula
By Nidhi Dhanwani
In my eyes that shine like you,
For you're just pretty as the stars.
By Shriya Bhardwaj
By Bhumika Jagota
I have seen these streets before
The turns and their roar
By Anupam Jaina
Impossible to resist,
Did I ever have any chance?
By Vibhasa Raina
She was already so drenched in loveThat she only wished to save herself
By Pankhuri Shrivastava
Don't ask me to talk
for I have gifted my words
to many and silence to none.
By Aparajita Vaid
The world was collapsing around her The stars were falling to the ground
By Aheli Paul
By Akriti Gupta
A tale of a fairyWhy brownskin is not a glory
By Sneha Sharma
you can't die until you cometh
to the source of your life
अब जैसे सब कुछ ,सब कुछ खत्म सा लगता है !आँखे खुली है पर कुछ भी नही दिखता है
By Ayushi Khare
Girls, wrapped in scarves,
Pretty scars, scarred prettiness.
By Mridula Dua
I am a mystery, But I can also change history
By Alex K.O
Pain of fragile bones are healed by the divine touch,
Of her arms.
By Krishna Dawda
By Lusha Jetley
With the First light of Dawn
I could see her glaze
Monsoon mangoes, dicing, the ritual
she was lost in a trail of thoughts
By Manjari Gupta
By Inderpreet Kaur
She was tied with shackles,She was prevented from fulfilling her dreams
She hadn’t seen the New York tower,
never walked more than eight miles,
By Debolina Bal
I’m a woman of five feet two,
Yet I stand at par with you.
By Nisha K P
O' the mesmerizer Gardener,
I am a little red Rose in your garden,
By Hashmat Naiyareen
In the search for a mild ocean wave
In the light of a hollow dark grave
By Akhil Sachan
It's a festive season and
semen filled balloons are already in air.
By Ayesha Tarannum
God made women as a blessing to mankind,
To be cherished and revered and loved.
By Dhanashree Das
Like every soul and bloodShe is same,
They can silence her cries
By Prabha Prakash
By Darshana Mehta
The veil of traditions
By Niharika SrivastavaShe was a baby in his Palm
but she never knew he could do her harm
By Deepanshu Kala
किन हाथों से लिखूँ मैं
एक औरत के लिए
Strong, Sassy, Self-confident
or Doubtful, Dowdy, Diffident.
By Debjeet Mukherjee
She walks with grace when the road is dark,
She lights up hearts with her charming spark.
By Manasij Pal Chowdhury
Some days we gift each otherExotic roses
By Chandralekha Panda
We may not talk for days
and months together
By Niharika Srivastava
The same gesture the same feelBut a different person a different him
From the petals of a blossoming rose,
you came into my life like silver melting dew
By Prachi Agrawal
When nostalgia hits me
And my eye are full of tears
"I open my eyes
And there he lies"
"First love first feeling first light in the darkest night"
By Anjali SolankiYes, I dare to dream!When I closed my eyes as a kid,
By Vidhi Rungta
I dare to dream I screamed
By Sheena Chugh
I was 5 when i was first told that girls
are not equal to boys
By Priti Yadav
Of sultry afternoon
Flew a heavy balloon,
By Mudita Raj
When I try to sleep with all the
"might have beens"
By Prajakta Kale
By Pallavi Panda
BY MONICA BOSE
By Soorya Meena Ajith
Tired of closed doors
and dark dungeons
By Madan Mohan Jha
“I can or I cannot, rather I will or I will not.
By the aforementioned question, I want to show"
By Puloma Gupta
"Clouds here are different.Embedded wholly in the endless skies,"