Shahzia Batool

Bronze Star - 2,180 Points (Pakistan)

X - Ray - Poem by Shahzia Batool

Whatever on your page
whenever I just read
there surely find a sage
who has a moral creed

I decode your message
and leave there my note
comprising my homage
if you wish to connote

a good deed's to be praised
if someone reads you once
he simply stays amazed
at boldness and brilliance


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Inspired by, and based on Aswath Raman's Poem... X-Ray

Comments about X - Ray by Shahzia Batool

  • Allemagne Roßmann (7/3/2013 4:39:00 PM)


    Aankhen jab aatish Ghalib ya to phir Fidayin (Report) Reply

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  • (6/30/2013 11:53:00 PM)


    So lovely. I read it twice, and enjoyed each time. Very good. (Report) Reply

  • Heather Wilkins (6/29/2013 10:55:00 AM)


    beautiful tribute to a writer. (Report) Reply

  • Lasoaphia Quxazs (6/27/2013 2:21:00 PM)


    Lovely thought, lovely words, Shahzia, you are lovely. (Report) Reply

  • (6/25/2013 1:07:00 AM)


    Shazia, a wonderful inspirational poem and thanks to Aswath Raman too! Enjoyed! (Report) Reply

  • Ramesh Rai (6/23/2013 5:13:00 AM)


    a brilliant write here the entire creation is old like stars n plnets only the Pal ie moment is new n we are getting x ray. beautiful write. (Report) Reply

  • Paul Brookes (6/22/2013 2:23:00 AM)


    Inspiration comes sometimes from great insights like this poem Thanks for sharing =: OD BB (Report) Reply

  • Yasmeen Khan (6/22/2013 1:55:00 AM)


    'Creativity is really a marvel, when it descends upon us, we simply get amazed'...I rejoice in the happiness rendered by your great literary comments, dear Shahzia, ..a real Shah! (Report) Reply

  • Wahab Abdul (6/21/2013 1:52:00 AM)


    a nice tribute... to a poet friend.. cool (Report) Reply

  • (6/20/2013 9:45:00 PM)


    An x-ray vision
    Do the readers need
    To read what lies
    Between the lines
    But too much exposure
    To the x-rays is ridden
    With radiation!
    (Report) Reply

  • Valerie Dohren (6/20/2013 2:03:00 PM)


    Great poem Shahzia, an excellent recommendation for both yourself and Aswath. (Report) Reply

  • S.zaynub Kamoonpuri (6/20/2013 11:44:00 AM)


    A tribute to a poet! Wow soo lovely n nice sis. (Report) Reply

  • Dinesh Nair (6/20/2013 11:10:00 AM)


    Aswath Raman inspiring a fantastic poet like Shahzia Batool! The true credit goes to the poet wizard Aswath and then to these X RAYS... (Report) Reply

  • Yasmeen Khan (6/20/2013 3:34:00 AM)


    A nice homage paid to the one who inspired you. (Report) Reply

  • Tirupathi Chandrupatla (6/19/2013 4:40:00 PM)


    A good response to a good poem. Sanctity of the site must be maintained. (Report) Reply

  • Farah Ilyas (6/19/2013 1:15:00 PM)


    And this X-ray machine nicely illuminating the world with her waves (poems & aspirations note) ...another audacious poem, nicely penned especially use of sage, decode & connote (Report) Reply

  • Aftab Alam Khursheed (6/19/2013 10:24:00 AM)


    X ray I hope about the grasping the things through the naked eyes Now the infirmities of the eyes to see the things to be praise in the manner to be praised All the three stanza nicely depicted the quality of ours, words chosen pearls /.moral creed, wish to connote and boldness and brilliance these three are walking modestly on the poetic pavement for this word Very nice to read to understand thank (Report) Reply

  • Passionate Reader (6/19/2013 10:01:00 AM)


    this is a very daring attempt with a strong meaningful message and the way you conyeyed, in few words, is brilliant! ! ! (Report) Reply

  • Tarobinson1103@gmail.com Robinson (6/19/2013 6:46:00 AM)


    Sage...a spice used to enhance one's mental abilities. People of ancient times were known as sages as for consuming large quantities of sage enabling them to see beyond the ordinary. I am a sage eater. (Report) Reply

  • David Wood (6/19/2013 4:46:00 AM)


    A lovely poem Shahzia, it flows like a cok icecream (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013



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