Mahfooz Ali

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

Mahfooz Ali Poems

81. Gratitude 6/2/2007
82. You Didn'T Loved Me 6/4/2007
83. 'Let This Pain End.' 6/4/2007
84. Goodbye To You. 6/4/2007
85. Hurt Is Just A Word To You 6/4/2007
86. Last....................... 6/4/2007
87. Whether It Was Love Or Not? 6/5/2007
88. Thank You Mom. 6/11/2007
89. What If? 6/11/2007
90. Sunset Sweeps Across The Sky. 6/11/2007
91. Hey! What Happned To Me..... 6/11/2007
92. The Only Thing I Wanted To Do...Is Love.... 6/24/2007
93. What Pappu Saw? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 6/24/2007
94. Questions Never Answered 5/25/2007
95. Dreams 5/25/2007
96. Loving You Is A Sin 6/26/2007
97. My First New Car 7/3/2007
98. Mother: I Wished You Were Here. 7/3/2007
99. Soul In The Mirror 7/3/2007
100. Remember My Words 8/22/2007
101. Dream 8/22/2007
102. Mother: She Cares..... 8/22/2007
103. Mother's Son 8/22/2007
104. Suddenly 8/24/2007
105. Mumma, Are You Really No More? 8/29/2007
106. My Beloved Dog: Jango. 8/29/2007
107. I Build A Castle In The Sand. 8/29/2007
108. Fear: Never Ending Zone 8/29/2007
109. Mother's Thoughts: Unexplained...... 8/29/2007
110. Hearts Of The Mothers: Alone 8/29/2007
111. To The Power Of Woman, God Bless Them 8/29/2007
112. If I Were A Bird. 8/29/2007
113. Void Words 8/29/2007
114. My Dream Girl 8/29/2007
115. At The Jogger's Park 8/27/2007
116. These Are The Things I Just Miss. 8/27/2007
117. Thoughts? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 8/27/2007
118. Mother: So He Made You. 8/29/2007
119. Love Always: Words Unwritten 8/30/2007
120. Only Wish..............I Want...... 8/30/2007
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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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.

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