Abdul Wahab Sukhan

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Biography of Abdul Wahab Sukhan

Name: Abdul Wahab Siddiqui
Pen Name: Abdul Wahab Sukhan

Abdul Wahab Sukhan is a burgeoning poet of English and Urdu with a distinctive flair of language and style. Sukhan graduated from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, and obtained his Master degree in English from MJP Rohilkhand University. Currently, He is serving as Lecturer in Department of English at Al-Jouf University, KSA.

Sukhan’s love for creation is immense and inherent. His poem ‘Green Hands” earned him international fame and appreciation. He opines, “I personally, believe that poetry abridges the space between nature and human soul. Poets are gifted, and bear an exclusive power of imagination which common people are deprived of. In fact, Poetry is essence of life with blessed attribute of charming words that sprout from the heart and soul of a poet'.

Abdul Wahab Sukhan hails from a decent family of Rampur UP, the city is known for its peculiar literary flair and traditional grandeur. A.W. Sukhan grew up in exuberance of culturally-charged atmosphere of Rampur where he began to compose poetry right from his childhood. He possesses a remarkable sense of creativity in English as well as in Urdu.

Many literary journals and magazines of repute have published his poems and critiques on different poets. Sukhan was nominated as 'Poet Of the Year 2005' by International Society of Poets, USA. Many of his poems have been selected to get published in reputed poetry manuscripts of United States. In addition, Honorable President of India, Dr. A PJ KALAM also appreciated him for his poem ' Prayers Never Go In vain' and communicated his feelings and appreciation through a graceful letter. Several poetry websites have published his English poems.


(Introduction: with thanks to Voices Net)

Abdul Wahab Sukhan's Works:

compiled Urdu Poetry Collections:
Jaagtey KhwaaB by Dr. Fareed Siddiqui
Husne-tasawwur by Mohammad Yaqoob Khan Mehr Rampuri
Preface on TAHIR FARAZ'S POETRY COLLECTION 'KASHKOL'
PREFACE ON AAYINA E RAMPUR, BY DR. FAREED SIDDIQUI

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Circle Of Relation

In myself
I am constantly being divided into
Several rational and irrational divisions,
I remember,
Until, I was undividable;
I was in perfect solitude of my soul
I would think of myself
Like a big hollow circle
Around its central point

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