Shah Hussain

(1538–1599 / Lahore / Pakistan)

O' Mother To Whom Shall I Tell The Story - Poem by Shah Hussain

'O' Mother to whom shall I tell the story of my separation's grief.
The fire lit inside me by the teacher smolders and smokes
As I stir the ambers, I see the red Jewel
The pain of separation has driven me mad
Suffering is the bread I eat
Pain is my curry dip, sighs of grief my cooking fire
I roam the jungles and deserts in vain
Says Hussain, the God's fakir:
How happy I will be to find my prince!'

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 19, 2012



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