Mahfooz Ali

Rookie - 79 Points (28 October / Lucknow (U.P.) India)

Mahfooz Ali Poems

481. Athiest: Pray All Time 11/12/2007
482. Mother Dear 8/24/2007
483. How Important Is A Name? 8/26/2007
484. So Was My Dad 6/13/2006
485. You Can'T Borrow My Pen 2/8/2007
486. You Are You 9/3/2007
487. Wrath: Words Spoken In Anger 5/25/2007
488. Wish 8/30/2007
489. The Day We First Met 3/9/2007
490. I Do, We Do 5/25/2007
491. I Promise 9/3/2007
492. I Promise I Will Do - 9/3/2007
493. Imagination 8/30/2006
494. To Be Fortunate 10/10/2015
495. Pendulum 2/26/2017
496. Take Me To The World Of Books. 11/11/2006
497. Symphony In The Trees 6/12/2007
498. Ignoble Mother 10/27/2006
499. To Love Someone Deeply Gives You Strength 4/4/2007
500. Font Color='Magenta'Brenaissance 4/21/2009
501. Font Color='Turquoise'Ba Gift 4/5/2009
502. Font Color='Red'Bthe Other Me: Two Sides Of Life 3/29/2009
503. Limitless Horizon 3/14/2009
504. Font Color='Purple'Bstrong Faith 1/25/2009
505. Font Color='Green'Biwhat I Learned? 1/24/2009
506. Fire Is Still Alive. 12/27/2008
507. Mistakes Make Us Unique. 1/3/2009
508. Ya! Allah Tera Shukr Hai....... 1/5/2009
509. The Day I Was Born: A Journey Begins........ 12/24/2008
510. Understanding Life 12/17/2008
511. Simple Things. 12/17/2008
512. Still Learning; I Think So....... 12/17/2008
513. I Want To Be A Fog. 12/17/2008
514. Sensex Down 11/18/2008
515. I Am Glad: Finally Together 9/4/2007
516. I Am A Writer: An Innate Soul 10/7/2007
517. May Be One Day I Will Find Her: My True Soulmate. 8/30/2007
518. Sleepless Night 8/30/2007
519. Real Man: Somewhat I Am.... 8/30/2007
520. They 5/25/2007
Best Poem of Mahfooz Ali

Thank You, Father

Fathers hold you when you have bad dreams
And they comfort you when all is lost it seems.
Fathers teach you to dribble a basketball and shoot a free throw
And they lead you as you grow.
Fathers teach you how to drive a car
And they try to teach you how to putt for par.
Fathers wipe the tears of your broken heart
And they hold your hand when you don't know how to start.
Fathers quiz the boys who take you on a date
And they scold those boys who bring you home late.
Fathers carry you on their shoulders when you're too small to see
And they watch as you giggle when...

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Retirement's a time we all hope to find,
With no clock to watch except in our mind.
The daily demands of the job that you choose,
Take its toll, and you worry, afraid you will lose
The thing you worked for all of the years
To leave only heartaches misery and tears

You are most fortunate to achieve your goal
And retire with health and family still whole.

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