I know a boy

I know a boy

A Poem by Taniska 😊😊





I know a boy .
Who has no shame.
Always smiles at me.
Dont even knowing my name

He is a guy .
Quite different from us.
His favorite dish is .
Caps and chalks.

He stares at me.
Without any reason.
And always helps me.
Without my permission.

He is a guy.
Who didnt know my name
And I know .
He has no shame.





© 2018 Taniska 😊😊


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I think the simplicity of the poem is perfect! It feels very light and authentic. It made my heart flutter as I read it 😊.

Though “has no shy” sounds a bit strange, I think it is an interesting use of language that can fit well in the poem.

I like how we are introduced to a different aspect about the “boy” in each stanza. I don’t really understand the “caps and chalk”, but I know that is probably just my lack of knowledge.

“Always smiles at me./I don’t know why” are my favorite lines!

I did notice in the last stanza “by” should be “bye”.

I loved reading this!


Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

😂😂😂😂😂 !!!
Cyria Writer

5 Years Ago

love this poem
Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Thanx !!! 😊😊



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Cute and a bit mysterious. I like the innocence in this. Good work.

Posted 5 Years Ago


Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Thanx a lot mam for your kind words smiles 😊😊
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Reminds me of someone I would never forget... It was similar for a while but then it all ended on a great friendship. 😊

Posted 5 Years Ago


Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Ohh !! It's quite funny and now how he is 😊😊😊
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5 Years Ago

Its not always like what we judge about someone. It's my point of view.
Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Okk , thanx mam for visiting my page smiles 😊😊
My heart flutters as I read your poem,it's cute and very nice to read as well.
Keep up the good work!

Posted 5 Years Ago


Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Ohh , thanks mam for your kind visit . ((Smiles )) 😊😊😊😊
Very nice poem, it aslo lowed well. I liked it a lot.

Posted 5 Years Ago


Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Sorry I got it that u are sir not mam it's my mistake 😋😋😄😄
NotUsinganymore

5 Years Ago

It's fine haha
Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

😄😄😄😄😄😄
Hey there, the beauty of this poem is its simplicity.. Wonderful work... Keep writing..

Posted 5 Years Ago


Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Thanks mam for your kind words smiles 😊😊😊.
quite a cute poem...Waiting for your next one.


Posted 5 Years Ago


Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Thanx siddhidatri for visiting my page smiles😊😊😊😊
You have written an intriguing word portrait of that strange kid who is mostly hanging around on the fringes of life, mostly shunned from the other kids, but this narrator is revealing quite a lot about herself as she describes him. I get the feeling she feels a kinship with his weirdness, the way she mentions his favorite dish as if there's nothing strange about that. I believe this poem is a love poem in disguise and the narrator is actually drawn to the strange kid . . . I like the simple but vague way you tell this story (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 5 Years Ago


Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

And sorry for taking it in wrong way 😋
barleygirl

5 Years Ago

No worries! (((HUGS)))
Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

*Smiles* 😄😄😄😄😄
Sounds to me as though he has a soft spot for you young lady. Sweet poem of innocence.

Chris

Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Taniska  😊😊

5 Years Ago

Thanx mam for visiting my page smiles 😊😊😊

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Taniska  😊😊
Taniska 😊😊

Cuttack, Odisha, India



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