tayyeba mustafa


An Errand to the Real Land


As the mid night darkness prevailed,
The chugging slumber fell down,
The eyelashes met up,
Thus an errand to the real land began,
Where I saw YOU, sitting in front of me,
Looking at your dazzling Being,
At the drop of hat, wished to touch,
With ardent heart, sunk into abyss,
My wiggling heart pop up,
And my soul went into the trance,
Wished to start the confab with heaving lips,
My eyeballs got stuck to your marvel light,
Along welled up tears,
Went for a gentle ramble with YOU,
Where I whispered three words and,
Heard Your voice from inside me.

Submitted: Saturday, December 07, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This love poem is for ALLAH Mia. Who is always with me, even when I am sleeping. Though I don't remember HIM all the time, but HE remembers me all the time. Whenever, I am alone, sad or need anyone to talk with, HE is always there, the most closest person. I love HIM, But HE Loves me more than I love HIM, and that is the most beautiful part of my life. HUGS!

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