Shahida Latif


I Ask Someone To Resolve


Whenever I depart
To the new destinations,
Your memories
Begin to emerge up in the mind.
Tears begin to hang
On the lashes like lamps,
When at night I wrapping myself
In the blanket of night,
I close my eyes your image
Begins to glimmer, waft in my mind
Like a star in the sky.
I ask someone to resolve
Whether it is love or a shadow of love
That foreruns before it encroaches
To have firm grips on heart, mind and soul.

Submitted: Monday, April 13, 2009

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