M S Ahas
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M S Ahas Poems
A Rainy Day
A dreamy building Is bathing in the rainy season. Saplings quench their thirst, When raindrops fill their hearts.
Wild beasts are brave. They are strong and determined. Most of the wild beasts know to bow. Civilised people should not attack them.
Old Cow and Wild Beasts
I'm an old cow, worthless cow, lone cow of my master. I'm a vapid cow, abortive cow, bare cow of the winter night. I'm a grisled cow, lively cow, tilled my master's land. And now I just wait for my food.
We are born for dollars. We die for dollars. We hate each other When we have no hidden treasure.
Light Of Knowledge
I was fooled By the shadow of darkness, Because the light had gone. So I need the light of knowledge
On love- (7)
How much can I cry for my beloved? Yes, I can cry and sob for the entire day, for a month, And throughout the year for my beloved. Although tears don't come from your eyes.
Don't weep And begin to laugh, Because the world is making history, And taking pride,
Rosalin became my friend, When I played with her In the heart of afternoon. Everyone loved and adored
Night cheers With glittering light of moon. Entire sky is reddish For her golden light.
The Eternal Dawn
The dawn is gleeful With the shadow of my beloved. It cheers With the tone of her voice.
She is a bashful girl bathing in the rainy day. Her painting body swings like a tide. Passers by run to their abode without watching her fiery image. Only her lover watches with thirsty eyes.
I've stored my sorrows in my beloved heart. I've locked the door of my painful heart. I shall never cry Because I've promised to my beloved.
Farewell to my death, As I'm going to heaven with a smiling face. All mourn for my untimely death. But I laugh with pride
Day And Night
The sun is the day's king. The moon is the night's queen. They are witnesses of pride As they represent day and night.
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A Rainy Day
A dreamy building
Is bathing in the rainy season.
Saplings quench their thirst,
When raindrops fill their hearts.
Young leaves bow their heads,
When raindrops kiss their dry faces.
Clear blue sky
Is covered with dence cloud.
The earth is so calm,
With her silent heart.
Raindrops are falling
To quench her thirst.
Everyone sings gleefully
Because the day is rainy.
I also sing happily
For my loving sweetheart.
She quenches my thirst,
Like raindrops quench her mother's heart.