tayyeba mustafa

A Dazzling Lady - Poem by tayyeba mustafa

a dazzling lady of our land,
full of pep, commendable tree of our garden,
endeavouring stem, equipped with fullest strength,
lubricant with fabulous magical spell,
emerging with fruits of countless blessings,
flourish, florid forever and fade not,
you are the blessed tree of our land,
distributes the true fragrance among whole garden

your ordeal past shackles my heart,
not looks haggard, nor seems exaust,
after coming back the mazes of pains,
mazes of pains left no colors fade,
you are fresh as a dazzling flower,
troubles and difficulties are grain of salt,
you are the brightest star of the night,
fight for life enhanced your colors,
lush bright and striking hues

may you flourish like a flower,
may you be the shining star ever,
may your light lead us all,
may you always glow like a sun,
may you be fresh as paint,
may you be strong as rock,
may you be fragrant as spring,
may you always be a dazzling flower

my pitiless heart and hick mind
salutes you and wish you,
a life full of zest and brightness,
may you always be a dazzling flower,
a life to accomplish all your goals,
a life of loads of happiness,
a life full of all blessings,
may you get all, may you get all.

Poet's Notes about The Poem

this poem is a dedication to a lady, who met a terrible accident four years ago, when she was of 24 years. when she opened her eyes, after accident, she was bombarded with a list of injuries..the most shocking and unbearable news for her was, she lost her brain connection with her lower limbs, due to which she has to spend her whole life on wheel chair...after spending two years on bed, she did not lost hope, she got a job, and struggled hard. Now, she is a head of a very good organization...Although, she does not move her lower limbs, but still she is happy, bacause of her struggle...

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 22, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, June 22, 2012

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