Hashmina Habeeb Poems
- Enervated I am a fallen flower Lost of lustre and shine I ...
- Adieu And Back I had flown over a bridge a bridge that lead...
- She They dig up the ashes Form the depths of her psyche Un...
- My Priced Possession i hung in a corner dusty and aloof, ...
- Pear I longed to be eaten Relished, enjoyed not thrown out ...
Hashmina Habeeb is presently working as Assistant Professor in the Department of English in a reputed College in North Malabar. She is also pursuing her research from the University of Calicut. A lover of poems, she has contributed her poems to several sites. Her interests are in reading, writing poetry, reviewing films and sketching portraits. more »
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My Priced Possession
i hung in a corner dusty and aloof,
Fecklessly placed near an unwanted roof.
Faded with lifeless cobwebs i lay,
An unwanted piece in my on-looker's way.
Moonlit nights three in a row.
How many more had i to know.
Neither did day or his better half,
Come up with a sigh or a better laugh.
Then one day did the winds chime,
In agreement with the sooth sayer's rhyme.
He locked his eyes in a single glance,
With the picture that lay, in the corner by chance.
An artist in his creative best,
Described her beauty distinct from the rest.