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Introduction to the Poet:

Anupama Kumari has completed her masters in Biotechnology from IIT Roorkee in 2015. She writes to express her emotions. Her other pastimes are singing and traveling.


Sometimes I think a lot


Sometimes I think a lot

I be a smile and woe elope

I make nonsense when the sense went overboard

Making myself succumb to sound like elated chord

Sometimes I think a lot

I be a rain and drought elope

I just serve relishing in an implicit manner

Again subvert leaving behind the banner

Sometimes I think a lot

I be a warrior and fear elope

I ripple in awful facets of life

My achievement flack for the success to franchise

Sometimes I think a lot

I be a butterfly and boundaries elope

I garb in fallacy for fiction’s consent

And meticulously drive over the appalling content

Sometimes I think a lot