Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari

Rookie (Nov 19,1978 / Pakistan)

Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari Poems

41. To Philippa Lane 10/18/2008
42. Little Death 10/19/2008
43. Lost 10/29/2008
44. Divine Touch 10/30/2008
45. Naked Truth 10/30/2008
46. Aging 10/31/2008
47. Love Poem 10/31/2008
48. Should We Have To Live Like That…? 11/24/2007
49. Complicatedly Simple 11/24/2007
50. Rise Up...! 11/16/2008
51. Nothing Changed 4/3/2009
52. Turn Your Ear To My Heart’s Symphony 4/5/2009
53. A Missed Shot 4/5/2009
54. Life Without You 4/5/2009
55. Stripper 4/6/2009
56. Someone Called My Name 4/6/2009
57. Is It Futile? 4/8/2009
58. Emotional Impotence 4/8/2009
59. Suicide Note Of A Nameless Person 4/8/2009
60. Melody Of Pain 4/12/2009
61. Analysis 4/12/2009
62. Oblivion 4/20/2009
63. Temporal Humility 4/20/2009
64. Delusions 4/20/2009
65. I Told You Once 4/20/2009
66. No Smoking - 4/20/2009
67. Whole Story 4/20/2009
68. Is It You? 4/20/2009
69. I? 4/20/2009
70. Death Of An Infant 4/20/2009
71. Magnum Opus 4/21/2009
72. Not Guilty 4/25/2009
73. Hope Is Still Perching In The Soul 4/29/2009
74. The Paradise Found 5/1/2009
75. More… 5/6/2009
76. Inescapable Questions 5/6/2009
77. I Deny You 5/6/2009
78. Evolution 5/6/2009
79. Religion At It’s Best 5/6/2009
80. Roses Underneath Thy Feet 5/6/2009
Best Poem of Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari

November

Fallen leaves have been crushed
Dried and amalgamated
With the dust
Of barren soils

Sunken hearts have been stripped
Cracked and defeated
With the lust
Of alluring beauties

Shrunken minds have been putrefied
Abandoned and replaced
With the bust
Of convulsive impulses

This November
The faith has to be revolutionized
The fate must be renovated
The fallen got to be resurrected
From the mist of dusky dawns

This November
The heart aches for more blood
The mind craves for more thought
The soul begs for more piety
And a ...

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To Philippa Lane

I thought
I have been travelling these
Untrodden paths
All alone
I never acknowledged; you were there
Always heard you as a common name
Echoing in my little-lateral brain
Endorsed by my Psychiatrist that it is fake
Proving it to be a first-rank symptom

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