Muhammad Shanazar

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

Muhammad Shanazar Poems

41. Heart And Essence 7/31/2006
42. On Departure To Umrah 7/31/2006
43. A Way To Homage (A Message For The Pakistani Nation) 7/31/2006
44. O! Death Stop 7/31/2006
45. A Corpse 7/31/2006
46. A Race 7/31/2006
47. Magnetic Force 7/31/2006
48. A Chorus 7/31/2006
49. Who I Am? 7/31/2006
50. Who Can Measure? 7/31/2006
51. A Conflict 7/31/2006
52. The Best Service 7/31/2006
53. The Painted Figure 7/31/2006
54. Let Us Exchange (A Message To The Nations At War) 7/31/2006
55. To The Banyan Tree 7/31/2006
56. Swaang 7/31/2006
57. The Resembling Shadow 7/31/2006
58. To The Departing Daughter 7/31/2006
59. At Last You Departed 7/31/2006
60. On Sustaining Strokes 7/31/2006
61. The Robots (An Observation At The Centralized Marking) 7/31/2006
62. Power Of Gold 7/31/2006
63. The Discovery 7/31/2006
64. On The Fall Of Dhaka 7/31/2006
65. The Congealed Dew 7/31/2006
66. Revision 7/31/2006
67. The Scattering Dreams 7/31/2006
68. The Scent Of Love 7/31/2006
69. I Won’t Dissuade 7/31/2006
70. Who Can Be She? 7/31/2006
71. The Divine Message 7/31/2006
72. Tsunami 7/31/2006
73. October 2005 7/31/2006
74. The Second Visit (After The Nuclear War) 7/31/2006
75. The Divine Secret 7/31/2006
76. I Lose The Battle 7/31/2006
77. New Year Resolution 7/31/2006
78. A Visit To The Deserted House 7/31/2006
79. The Daughters 7/31/2006
80. My Epitaph 7/31/2006
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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