Munia Khan

Rookie - 36 Points (15th March.1981)

Munia Khan Poems

1. 'An Idiomatic Verse' 2/20/2010
2. 'If Love Turns Sour' 2/22/2010
3. “life Has It All” 2/27/2010
4. "Don'T Be So Late&Quot;, 2/27/2010
5. 'A Flower' 3/27/2010
6. 'Oh! Dear Death! ! 3/27/2010
7. “pain’s Grief” 3/27/2010
8. "A Dissection&Quot; 4/8/2010
9. “a Blank Sound” 4/8/2010
10. “a Tale Of A Story” 4/8/2010
11. "Dream With Me&Quot; 4/8/2010
12. 'Colours' 5/29/2010
13. “animals We Are! ” 5/29/2010
14. “a Stain Of Blood” 5/29/2010
15. “to Whom It May Concern” 5/29/2010
16. “burn The Page” 5/29/2010
17. “the Mirror” 5/29/2010
18. 'To Heaven From Me' 5/29/2010
19. “i Seem Happy” 5/29/2010
20. “the Hymn Of The Two Souls” 8/6/2010
21. The Dawn Of Youth 8/6/2010
22. Insanity Smiles 8/6/2010
23. “mourning For Bliss' 8/6/2010
24. “epitaph On A Poet” 4/23/2011
25. “disparity” 5/2/2011
26. “you Are Free” (A Pantoum) 5/2/2011
27. My Witchcraft 5/2/2011
28. Answered By Silence” (A Sonnet For My Father) 5/2/2011
29. “lover’s Teardrop”(Shadorma) 5/5/2011
30. Take Me To A Mirage 5/14/2011
31. Grave To The Cradle 5/14/2011
32. A Circle 5/14/2011
33. Let My Love Be A Moss 5/14/2011
34. The Living Past 4/23/2011
35. “ Memories Glitter ” 4/20/2011
36. Ten Tiny Poems 4/20/2011
37. Apprehended 6/28/2011
38. Where? 6/28/2011
39. The Key 6/28/2011
40. Vestige 6/28/2011

Comments about Munia Khan

  • Marck Riggins Marck Riggins (10/23/2012 11:27:00 PM)

    I never had a reason to truly bathe in the words of inspiration until your reasoned rhetoric and multi-dynamic of metaphor became a staple of my mind's appetite. Thank you for helping me be a lover of poetic brilliance such as shines from your pen.

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  • Marck Riggins Marck Riggins (9/3/2012 4:24:00 PM)

    Your poetic work is always beyond my small imagination. Your artistry in using form, imagery, phrasing and the opportune metaphor is untouchable for most poets. In my eyes, you are the 'Poet's Empress'. I can never imitate nor predict the creative worlds and alternate perspectives which you lead the reader into, by your immaculate word-play. My hat is off to you, as I bow to your heartfelt sculpting of language. Yours truly, The Poet- Jester, Marsink

  • Ahmed Khaled (9/2/2011 11:52:00 AM)

    what a sound dwells in your rainy soul, munia, let it stir the green cloud of love in the inner heaven of you to grant poetry the ever_lasting rain foreveer// yours: ph.d: a.khaled

Best Poem of Munia Khan

' Wait For A While'

Wait, wait for a while
Until my lips care to smile

Wait, wait for a while
Until my heart feels agile

Wait, wait for a while
Until I hate the fragile

Wait, wait for a while
Until I learn your sly guile

Wait, Wait for a while
Until I burn sorrow's pile

Wait, wait for a while
Until love comes to beguile

Wait, wait for a while
Until time stands juvenile

Wait, Oh! Wait for a while
Till I cross this life's next mile.

Read the full of ' Wait For A While'

To Keats

In the past i loved to read Yeats.
Now i am a big fan of Keats.
'Cause now i love candy more than cake.
If i grow old it won't sound fake.
Now for God's sake!
What does it take?
To learn how to make.
An ocean in stead of a lake.
Where i could swim into th pools of light.

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