Mahfooz Ali

Rookie - 242 Points (28 October / Lucknow (U.P.) India)

Mahfooz Ali Poems

641. Retirement 5/27/2006
642. But What About What I Want? 5/24/2009
643. Am I In Love Again? May Be Or May Be Not 5/14/2009
644. A Prayer Today 5/3/2009
645. Wrong 7/20/2006
646. Why I Am Writing This? 5/14/2009
647. My Share 6/8/2009
648. Winter Time Is For Me. 11/24/2008
649. Sweet Memories 2/24/2007
650. I Still Clamber After You 2/10/2009
651. When I Was Infatuated In Class Eighth... 3/14/2009
652. Because I Knew 5/14/2009
653. My True Love... 8/31/2007
654. Open Them 5/21/2009
655. I Still Need A Mother 7/5/2007
656. Thank You, Father 5/21/2006
657. I Love My Family So Much. 8/27/2007

Comments about Mahfooz Ali

  • Mahfooz.malik.aapko koyie dilse yaad karrhahi (5/3/2018 11:30:00 PM)

    Mahfooz.malik.aapko koyie dilse yaad karrhahi

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  • Mhfooz Ali (2/24/2018 5:01:00 PM)

    Mr.Mhfooz ali please pickup your phone

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  • Me Poet Yeps Poet Me Poet Yeps Poet (1/19/2016 9:46:00 PM)

    sometimes when we are very young we get so very scared will she love me will she report me what will she do no one ever knew it's all in a woman's mind to love or to be kind but in memories we alone have she has made us lose our mind and an opportunity we all leave far behind in the annals of time call it infatuation if you may

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  • Soul Watcher Soul Watcher (1/19/2016 7:03:00 AM)

    Hey, I liked your poems and the way you write your poems.
    Please keep us, waiting for more by you.

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  • Seham M (7/12/2010 12:23:00 AM)

    I just found this site, and have to say that after reading a bunch of poems from others and yourself, you have a real interesting state of mind. Your thoughts are unique and the way you describe and portray your thoughts is very thoughtful and well put. I also write poems and short stories. They usually come from feelings that are sometimes hard to depict to others in word of speech. But when I write them down it makes me understand my feelings and frame of mind better. I read the peom about your mother, I thought it was lovely. And Inshallah She knew and continues to know how much you love her. Keep up your good work, so we can continue enjoying your beautiful works of literature. Take care, Ma'salama

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  • acharya gopinath (3/11/2009 10:47:00 AM)

    You are writing immensely and have deep rooted affections. Let a Xanthic Flower give fragrance in your life. I am proud of reading your poems but it is too late. Allah never let down any one nor put you to suffer. Always hopes bring light.

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  • Maryam Khan (1/7/2009 3:45:00 AM)

    an amazing poet with deep thoughts.
    i like his creativity n almost all of his poems are reaalt cute n interesting.
    Keep up your good work!
    Maryam

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  • Amani B (4/5/2008 7:40:00 AM)

    a brilliant poet with lovely ideas
    very impressive

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  • Mikoto (6/13/2006 4:36:00 AM)

    Thank you for comment.
    I like your poems.
    Keep it up.
    Thank you.

    Mikoto

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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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Mother

Oh mother, I am so weary; can you not
gather me in your arms and never let
me go. Oh mother, my arms are outstretched
in supplication, in supplication
for your embrace; but you are never here,
never near. I beseech you to hear my
voice crying; crying out for you; mother,
mother, mother, mother, mother.