Pushkar Singh Bisht, 23 years old, is from Delhi (India).
“When I am free I write my poems and read good books as religious and motivational. Right from the childhood I used to feel very alone and I had no very close friend to share my joys and sorrows. I made a nice friendship with books and started feeling very happy after that. When I am going through a lot of tough time and hardship I can't share with anybody. I have started writing poems for the last 4 years. In my life nothing gave me more happiness than my poems. I feel great when I am expressing my pain in words. Writing poetry is just like a medicine for me when I am very much upset. I have written more than 200 poems but I liked "some unforgettable moments" most of all other poems because it has touched my heart deeply. I am fond of reading different kinds of literature. I read My Apprenticeship written by Maxim Gorky recently it is a very nice book and tells that how a boy struggled to reach his goal in his life. I am fond of writing on every theme. Some of my poems are Nature, Life, Squirrel, Peanuts, The weather, A mad girl and An old beggar. I want to know about life more and more so that I can write and tell the people what exactly the life it is. I want to make my home in the lap of the mother nature so that I can see the world as it is.”