Abdul Wahab


>>>Megical Mirror


I am a proud owner of a magical mirror
Once dropped by an angel at my door
When I saw it I am a little bit frightened
As it shows me the fierce dragon
Resides in me totally hidden
He is the brother of the great devil
The co-author of every evil
At first I did not believe my eyes
But the fact is that in me it lies.
It comes into open when I am driven
By the spell of anger and completely taken
Under the grip of greed and lust
Or in me I lack belief and trust
Till date I keep claiming that I am an angel
Now there is no doubt that I am also an owner of an animal.

Submitted: Saturday, August 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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