A Joy - Poem by Affaq Nabi
From orient depart the wind of rising heaven,
Shallowly and gently veered her mute journey over the dunes, coasts by hilltops,
At long last shook the silence of lady night,
Then granted to every live object her proof of being,
Behold! song birds jolly jolly came out of their resting places,
Fairly flowers did wear varicolored cloths,
And so fragrance fly front near bluebright horizon,
Morning star too went to his hermitage,
And randy rays of early sun've bejewell the little rosella.
Dark dressed gal's gathered upon the roosewood,
To raid the mazy meadows,
Little sweeties! of swan hurried to souse the silent canal,
On window pane the roxinol,
Initiate to sing a l'amour in honor of daisy iris.
Dear babe! wake up to meet kiss of merry dawn,
And smile with a yawn,
Get wind the artistry of happy surviving,
Mother's beloved rejoice!
New spark of life's long and cherish is arriving.
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