Treasure Island

HASNAIN AAQIB

(8th July 1971 / Akola)

The Wall


The days are naive and moments novice
Love stands amid the cluster of no choice.
Altering, cleansing the dirt off its gracious face.
Dirt of dilemma, giving gradual guess
To uncommon eye, of its unthought appearance.

Lovers, then you come nearer, closer
Unbind your souls of wordly fear,
Soak your love in chaste passion's pool
That won't let your emotions be cool
Lovers, undo the time's girdle, a cruel fence.

Love stands many a hard, adverse times,
But fate's bell sometimes reversely chimes
Tell me, how two feeble straws can fight
When tides are high, ocean's chest proudly tight?
So make with your brain a brilliant conference.

Dears, you dwell among undesertable people
The strings of relations are strongly knit, truly subtle
Go, get license to have union with each other
If they allow, then do look no further
If not, then hide your love as an illicit offense.

Hasnain Aaqib

Submitted: Friday, July 26, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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