Naseer Ahmed Nasir

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1.
Dreams Lost In Water

No distance ever separates
Dreams and desires
No mirror ever dissolves
Reflection and water
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2.
Internally Displaced Persons (Idps)

They leave their homes
Unwillingly forced
And follow their fate
Through fields and trails
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3.
Windows

Windows open vistas for us
Windows - of hearts, of minds or of eyes
Windows - which might open outward
Or inward
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4.
Don'T Ever Come, O December

Look December
Don't ever come now!
Look, December
Deserts unnumbered have expanded in me.
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5.
Lighthouse

Tell me, O moisture
Halted in the eternity of my eyes
Which stagnant epoch has confined you!
God weeps rain
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Alex Sarich 25 January 2017

very good write well worth the read.

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 15 April 2010

The Spirit (for Naseer A. Nasir) Flicker down the mournful halls Of glaring ice, Flash onto Sirius or Aldebaran, Whatever; Unlatch pulsating gaols, Surround us with solace To keep the Child in hearts So close to Creator's endeavour; In glare of eternity, As the beauty is settled You drift along a place Where eagles fly, Defining essentials To succeed in a taken battle Soaring amid The yielding bells of human sky; Born in the wonderland, A spirit erasing shades Painting serenity, peace, All Universe in motion, Any radiance or dimness That nature emanates, Holding to balance And divine proportion; Uncovering wisdom Of the higher world's gates, You climb to mountains' peaks To sanctify sensations - This gift - it arises Out of Clear and takes To the ninth heaven Of our souls' purification. Yelena M (Russian Federation)

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 15 April 2010

Naseer, Don't Ever Say Good Bye! How do you sing your songs Just so sweetly - Like Golden Honey peach Soft and luscious Dripping with wisdom Each line each word Plucked with such care And arranged so wonderfully. I hear your song wafted Gently with the breeze It flies across to reach A million souls which wait To quench their thirst At the cool deep spring The oasis we call Naseer's Poems. Your flow of thoughts, dear friend Matches the flow of colours & hues Woven with skill and so resplendent The play of words it plays tag With the shadows and the wind Your poems float like a song From a flute no words only soul It soothes, surrounds, fills And sinks into my soul Like dew drops of the early morning Like rain drops on parched desert land I do not read but only read And let out a soft sigh! Now, I hear you say, Good bye Dear friend, I can not bear To hear such words so painful Like hot lead poured into my ear There are tears in my eye And I cry! Do not say good bye, Naseer Not yet, not so soon, never Please do not say good bye Do you plan to migrate Like a Sarus crane to other lands Do tell me I shall spread my wings To join you on your journey too Be the leading one flying into the sun We shall follow in formation behind You leave me dumbfounded Bewildered, aghast I find myself Suddenly all so alone in a fog Why? Why do you say good bye? My heart keeps asking, why? Angelina Pandian (India)

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 22 March 2010

From: Eliza Keating (glasgow United Kingdom; Female; 43) To: Naseer Ahmed Nasir Date Time: 3/21/2010 1: 17: 00 PM (GMT -6: 00) Subject: from eliza hi, what a great piece of writing, you use such expressive and rich text.which has clearly not been lost in translation well done, eliza..folk of feodora's lane.

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 16 March 2010

From: Jerry Buckley (Brentwood, TN United States; Male; 53) To: Naseer Ahmed Nasir Date Time: 3/16/2010 9: 30: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00) Subject: windows sweet.....even though we are from different cultures and backgrounds, you and I are using many of the same concepts and even expressions in our poetry....excellent job of transcending the differences and appealing to the universal Jerry Buckley / Voice of One

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Cheryl Griffith 14 March 2010

I read 'A dream fallen out of sleep' and I thought it was very interestiong even the name. Reminds me of the link between dreams and relality and sometimes its not really a dream but a reality. Anyway I liked it. Also the repetition made it interesting.

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 02 March 2010

From: Apoet Bangla (India ;) To: Naseer Ahmed Nasir Date Time: 3/1/2010 6: 34: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00) Subject: your creation Poet, thankful to make me touch with your writings. perhaps you are a poet by your birth I think. so easy is your utterance and so smooth, really ovrwhelming. I think your Identity should be univrsal. Dr. Anand has done the perfect choice of work which one life can not always get the opportunity. Stay on your feet long long- pranab

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Vanessa Cabrera 01 March 2010

Window is very nice one, it only says that you have so many experienced in life, you saw so many things, and i love it so much.I'd learned a lot. Thank you.

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Leila Taghavi 27 February 2010

Thanks for deep translation on Windows

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir is one of the finest poets from the sub-continent with true command over diction, rhyme scheme and poetic devices.His invitation to read one of his poems' WINDOWS' came to me as a sudden surprise.I wish him all the best in his poetic exercises ahead too. ' The website is lovely, profound and universal But we shall ever pen down lines till our minds become dry'....

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Eduardo Perez 28 January 2010

its really nice i like it keep it up check my poem and tell me wat u think is call 'i have fallen in love' tell me wat u think

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Naseer Ahmed Nasir 18 January 2010

From: Alakesh Kalita (India ;) To: Naseer Ahmed Nasir Date Time: 1/18/2010 5: 27: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00) Subject: letting you know I had read your poems earlier also, here itself, though not all 64 of them. and take the opportunity to let you know that i was very much touched. i liked that tenderness with which you reach out to the listener like in urdu shaayeri. there is no violence in the thought, voice and in the invitation which is so unmistakably there. only love.this is what i felt altogether, not by reading just one poem. by heart you are indeed that person which everyone(not only the poetry readers) wants to see in a poet. i didn't want to belittle you by adding another comment in the 'windows' as there are already 84 of them, so this is the letter. I dream what your poems will be like in Urdu. the child with the mother would look so very beautiful, i hate when they are separated. i cant digest English too much, myself write in Assamese, my mother tongue. with regards alakesh

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Catrina Heart 03 December 2009

A brilliant poet who writes astonishingly. Reading his poems is a dive to the deep ocean and a fly to the vast sky....a glimpse on his page surely you'll enjoy! ! !

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Razya Sultana 01 December 2009

loved reading your poem.beautiful & splendid

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Jamie Taylor 27 November 2009

i love reading ur poetry ur a very talented writter

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Rafique Farooqi 29 August 2009

I am proud of my Pakistani friend i learn the guiding principles for life from his poetry that remains very close to real.I hope he will continue in poemhunter.com

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Matt Flumerfelt 02 August 2009

Whole life spans are spent In slow motion. What a great line.

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