akram saqib

Rookie - 72 Points (14 APRIL / SAHIWAL)

///THE BLOCKED LANE


O my love
O my love
Let us seek
A thing unique
embrace the sky
with emotions high
should become one
with the shining sun
with love feather
let, s rise together
world should praise
emanating love rays
keep me in touch
with you very much
don, t turn your face
enhance my grace
o my love
o my love
the world is filled
and is chilled
with extreme jealousy
freedom is a fallacy
try to mitigate
the pain in the fate
of the modern man
in the blocked lane

Submitted: Sunday, May 31, 2009
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Comments about this poem (///THE BLOCKED LANE by akram saqib )

  • Gold Star - 26,524 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (6/20/2009 12:32:00 PM)

    the world is filled
    and is chilled
    with extreme jealousy
    freedom is a fallacy
    try to mitigate
    the pain in the fate
    of the modern man
    in the blocked lane........ we live amidst jealousy and hate... it is truth and well explained here (Report) Reply

  • Rookie John Lyday (6/1/2009 8:14:00 AM)

    Nice love poem. 'With love feather let's rise together.' good lines here. (Report) Reply

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