abdul razaq

Rookie (august 10,1971 / faisalabad, pakistan)

Will sunflower find it's lover


What a wonderful sunflower is
sunflower has attractive colour
It is very simple

How much sunflower loves to sun
We can't imagine
sunflower is very faithful

sunflower gets up early in the morning
wash it's face with dew drops
worthwhile you are

sunflower waits the sun
It begins to looking towards the sun
you are my best friend

As sun moves, It follows blindly
no matter hot or cold
you are innocent

It goes behind the sun
till the sun set
sunflower remains with it

At the end of the day
beautiful sunflower feels tird
it becomes sad

but it says to sun good night
till the morning
with the hope to meet again

sunflower goes to sleep
Does sun knows about
The love of the sunflower

will sunflower find it's lover
how many years sunflower
has to wait
I can keep hope
soon........


april 12,2008

abdul razaq

Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2008

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