Abdul Wahab


An unnoticed miracle


The random theory
Of physics,

I think,
Does not believe
In miracles

Nor in fixed
Natural and universal laws

The reason is inherent
Enough in its own

Definition
Nature and name

But what about the dragon
Sun who rises

And sets red daily…
The demon moon

Who appears in two
Phases or fort nights

Dark for the foxy stars
Who play dubious game hiding

And for lovers too
to make the magic what they do

Behind the curtain
In the cloudy blues?

When you and I
Stare like a stoic

But fatalist gets
All the meaning

Out of ugliness
And ill-logic

Light moon is for
The damn fool

They do nothing
Just hive praise

This the routine
Works of them

Rising shinning
Setting all are natural phenomena

But what about you and me
The poems you like
I do not like

Which are based
On love and only telling lies

And you do not like mine
The brain child of my mind

Yet
You are attracted by me
And slowly I fall in love with
You

Is it not a wonder
A miracle happened

Silently?

Submitted: Monday, June 17, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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