Schhzad Kareme

A Lover's Compliments Ii - Poem by Schhzad Kareme

I am explorer of heavenly bliss

Have sought in world's alleys and nature's fields

Thy country hath all what world has amiss

The soul-inspiring air, being thereof yields

To music listen I often or more

For merely moment's pleasure when alone

I hear thee speak when, music I adore

Captivates, thy eyes have musical tone

And yet, by heavens, I have never drunk

Nor have I taste of anything as wine

Every time to feel thee makes my mind sunk

‘Tis deep, no doubt, intoxication thine

I wish, would I see a blossom bloom though

Yet have I seen on thy cheeks a smile grow

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 2, 2012

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