zubiya surti Poems
|1.||A Bitter Truth||3/31/2013|
|7.||That's How I See....||4/22/2015|
|9.||Thanks To My Tears||5/16/2015|
|11.||Rustle (Tanka Poem)||1/9/2016|
|14.||No Thanksgiving (Tanka)||8/9/2016|
|15.||First Rains (Haiku)||5/7/2013|
|17.||Laughter The Best Medicine||6/9/2012|
|18.||Who Is Happier?||6/14/2012|
|21.||The Summer Sky (Haiku)||4/20/2016|
|22.||Taj Mahal (Haiku Poem With Independent Haiku)||5/28/2013|
|23.||A Tribute To Our Departed Principal||6/15/2012|
|24.||Angels On Earth||6/24/2012|
Angels On Earth
The world seems so huge to me
And life is like a race,
So much to learn and So much to do
Leaves hardly any time to laze.
But sparing some time,
In this rut of life
I sometime ponder and think,
That how gracious is the Lord
Who sent me, you, as a blessing.
As a philosopher, a guide, a friend, a teacher
God can't reach everywhere
So his angels, he sends down this earth
To her who needs special care.
Why this world is cruel and barbaric,
It maybe because of that
All the good has come to me,
taking your form, and I am ...
Oh how to say...
how do I describe?
That am not here,
but there deep inside.
Where numbers cannot reach,
where logic cannot preach,
where my poetry can breathe,
There do I live.