Ayman Parray

Ayman Parray Poems

1. The Knight's Tale 2/20/2016
2. The Sage And The Sinner 9/27/2016
3. A Beautiful Lie 10/30/2016
4. The Wanderer 11/16/2016
5. The Eternal Hunt 11/28/2016
6. Battle's End 11/29/2016
7. Everyone's Tale 12/22/2016
8. A Wish For Death 4/29/2017
9. Is It Poetry 6/4/2017
10. Under Blue Skies 6/15/2017
11. A Day Spent With You 7/7/2017
12. Touched By Darkness In My Dreams 11/20/2016
13. A Day For The Dead 10/31/2016
14. A Dream Of Peace 11/1/2016
15. Blackbird 11/3/2016
16. A Bard's Song 2/23/2016
17. God Help Me 3/15/2016
18. Touched By The Gods 4/13/2016
19. Spring Fools 4/13/2016
20. A Crown Of Thorns (Sonnet) 3/14/2017
21. The Monkey Who Stole My Name (Limerick) 4/7/2018
22. A Mirror Darkly 6/7/2017
23. The Path Of Love 3/17/2016
24. Wings Of Imagination 4/5/2016
25. Blizzard Blizzard Come Lets Play 1/24/2016
26. A Spy's Soliloquy 2/12/2016
27. The Birth Of The Antichrist 3/12/2016
28. Waiting 4/13/2016
29. Shield And Sword 5/19/2015
30. The Uncrowned Kings And Queens 5/24/2015
31. Darkness 7/1/2015
32. Tortuga 7/17/2015
33. Fragrance 12/19/2015
34. Apocalypse 12/31/2015
35. Volcano (Haiku) 7/9/2015
36. Tears Are Made In Heaven 5/21/2015
37. Brightest Star 7/12/2015
38. The Princess And The Dragon 1/16/2016
39. The Path 1/6/2016
40. Destinations 1/6/2016

Comments about Ayman Parray

  • Nosheen Irfan Nosheen Irfan (2/27/2016 3:55:00 AM)

    Ayman is a poet with a broad vision. His poetry reflects his deepest inner self. He writes from the heart and his heart is beautiful. His poems entertain as well as educate. Best wishes to you Ayman in your poetic journey. I love reading your poems to calm me.

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  • Geeta Radhakrishna Menon Geeta Radhakrishna Menon (9/22/2015 2:31:00 AM)

    Ayman is a great human being encouraging all his fellow poets. May God bless him with lots of happiness
    and prosperity in life. Dear Ayman, waiting to see more and more beautiful poems from you. With loads of warm wishes and regards.

  • Kelly Kurt Kelly Kurt (8/25/2015 8:49:00 PM)

    Ayman is not only a blooming poet but he is my friend. His encouragement of others is matched by his talent. Always eager to compliment and brighten the day of his fellow beings. He has overcome great trials and makes Kashmir proud.

  • Kumarmani Mahakul Kumarmani Mahakul (8/9/2015 5:11:00 PM)

    Ayman Parray is a Kashmiri Indian poet who has great deal of interest in writing with broad visions. His poems have very deep meaning of real life and he has brought up certain ambitions of exploring literature through art of writing. He is skilled with human affaires. His effort is not only admirable but also acceptable. Words speak by his touch magically to win many hearts of varieties of readers. He is specially gifted of amazing qualities. May God bring happiness for him and his all family members.

  • Soul Watcher Soul Watcher (6/10/2015 12:47:00 AM)

    I enjoy reading your poems, Keep Up! waiting for more poems by you.

  • Nance Butterworth (5/22/2015 1:06:00 PM)

    I love Blessings Upon You O Child. You describe perfectly the jubilation a family feels as their lineage extends. There is humor there too in the competitiveness we feel as each family member tries to take a little credit for guessing right or for sharing a common trait with the new one. I felt like I was part of that blessed event.

Best Poem of Ayman Parray

Bottomless Pit

I will stare down into the bottomless pit
Till I see a reflection in it
The abyss never lies
Only deceives the weak, the blind
When the body falls, the soul flies
The mind never dies, but rest it will find
Have I ever helped someone in desperate need?
Was it truly for them or my own greed
Have I ever really sown a good deed to reap in the end
Have I dug my own grave to sleep in the end?

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Sun sets it is dim of light
No enemy in sight
Battle over end of fight
They cry for death every night
Odin "all-father" where are you
Valkyries come take them now
Valhalla beckons, life let go
To the sanctuary of the Gods
And the worthiest of the Norse

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