Parul Nigam wrote the poem Breathe for a good reason: to make people feel better. This poetess shows with her poem, that age doesn’t matter when it comes to writing poetry.

Parul Nigam wrote the poem Breathe for a good reason: to make people feel better. This poetess shows with her poem, that age doesn’t matter when it comes to writing poetry.

Parul Nigam
Parul Nigman
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More about Pural and her poem

We all heard those stories about those famous poets, who started writing at an early age. Parul is sixteen years old and writes poetry. She isn’t the only one who writes poetry during her teenage years.

Pural lives in Uttar Pradesh (India) and has big dreams. She is in the eleventh grade of (high) school and writes because it makes her happy. She is an open and empathetic person, who can be moved when others are not happy.

“I feel helpless that I couldn’t do anything. I want everybody to be happy.”

Those people, she wants to reach with her poems. Including this one. The poem Breathe is based on her feelings to help others. This noble poetess writes in a style that makes one do the same as her poem: just breathe.  

Her advice: take one step and day at a time and learn to grow. Just as this poetess still does. She is a sensitive person, who considers herself as someone who tends to “overthink” things. Maybe more than she even wants. She knows, that she will always have an open heart for those who deserve it.

For those, who are in search of a book with inspiring and motivational poems: she hopes to complete her first book in January 2018.

Interested in more of her work, then follow this poetess on Instagram or subscribe to her YouTube Channel.




Close your eyes.


{Breathe in. Breathe out.)


Open our eyes.


Look at the sky.


See it’s beauty.


The way it shines.


(Breathe in. Breathe out.)


Forget about the bad times.


(Breathe in. Breathe out.)


At least for a while.


Pural Nigam

It’s or Its

You can ask the question if this poetess should have used its instead of it’s. As “it’s” refers to it is, you might think that this isn’t the right option to use. However, when you read closely:

“See it’s beauty” is “see it is (a ) beauty.” This refers to the sky that Pural considers as beautiful. It is a beautiful sky.

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A poem written by Parul Nigam, about the beauty of the sky, about breathing
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The Ministry of Poetic Affairs

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