Muhammad Shanazar

Veteran Poet - 1,176 Points (25-11-1960 / Pakistan)

Muhammad Shanazar Poems

601. I Kicked The Cat 1/9/2015
602. An Address To The Cloud 11/10/2013
603. The Greatest Attribute 4/9/2013
604. Decaying Flowers Of Petunia 5/28/2013
605. A Prayer In The Morn 4/9/2013
606. Farewell To All Fears 12/3/2010
607. The Rain Of Memories 2/23/2012
608. ‘love’ Is Not A Vain Word 11/29/2011
609. A Leg On The Shoulder 8/12/2011
610. Progress 9/12/2010
611. What Is Love 11/19/2010
612. Burn The Dreams 8/11/2006
613. Peace On The Battled Plain 8/14/2009
614. Smoke Of Violence 4/27/2010
615. The First Phase 1/7/2009
616. An Unpardonable Crime 3/15/2008
617. The Seventy Two 2/28/2008
618. On The Nine Eleven 2/19/2008
619. The Hand Of Benediction 2/21/2008
620. The Madman’s Song 7/31/2006
621. O! The Sacred Land 7/31/2006
622. Smoldering 10/10/2006
623. Walima (Wedding Dinner) 7/31/2006
624. The Iceland That Is Named Love 11/19/2010
625. Tend Your Lad 7/31/2006
626. The Truth Lies Prostrate 12/11/2012
627. Kanti Ma Ma 5/28/2013
628. Bland Winds Blow And Beep 11/10/2013
629. In The Memory Of 23rd March 1940 9/8/2013
630. No Shade In The Scorching Sun 12/9/2012
631. The Paragon (Mother) 7/31/2006
632. Replacement 5/17/2008
633. Peace Will Be On The Earth 6/27/2010
634. On Playing With Sand 5/2/2010
635. A Refugee's Monologue 7/12/2009
636. When Snow Melts 4/28/2009
637. We Dust The Eyes 2/22/2008
638. In The Blanket 4/13/2009
639. A Poem For Atal Bihari Vajpayee 7/30/2010
640. A Cottage Of Love Smashed 5/1/2009
Best Poem of Muhammad Shanazar

A Desire

I wish I were a seasonal bird,
That travels flying around the world,
With sweet companionship of a partner,
Whose heart knows nothing except,
Faithfulness, how to share the pangs.

Then I fly with the delighted light heart,
Caring least the self made boundaries,
Of the countries or continents, across
The foaming wavy seas; to search,
The land, plains or isolated valleys,
Where neither one makes victim the other,
Nor playfully breaks the brittle hearts,
Nor does cast fear holding the fatal guns.

I would then chirp on the far off shores, ...

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On The Night

The beauteous bride dressed in black,
Whose fair forehead is adorned,
With a huge round piece of gold,
Glowing galaxies are fretted,
In the combed lustrous dark hair.

Always comes out after the sunset,
Walks behind the groom of day,
With modest gait, blushed shy face,

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