Mohammad Akmal Nazir

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A Summer Ordeal - Poem by Mohammad Akmal Nazir

These days the sun is excessively hot,
We can't see even the bright firmament with naked eyes,
The drops of perspiration shine on the body all the time,
Peace and comfort, the boons of winter,
Are no more with us now,
The nights are spent in getting stung by the mosquitos,
The days in wiping out the tears of the body,
Hunger and sleep are lost somewhere
In the ordeal,
The whole life has turned monotonous,
The delicate sentiments of love, care and compassion,
Has been overtaken by the intensity of heat,
There is a havoc all around,
Everybody is looking at the sky,
But there is no sign of respite,
Not to speak of human being,
There is also a havoc in the animal kingdom,
The innocent dumb creatures are dying with thirst,
Nature seems to be sturn in retribution,
Yet the life is moving in the hope of betterment,
The dream of vapour laden clouds is still in the eyes,
And this dream will inevitably come true,
And the days of ordeal will be over
With the change in season.


Comments about A Summer Ordeal by Mohammad Akmal Nazir

  • (7/20/2011 12:10:00 PM)


    Coming from a very hot tropical country, and living several years in Europe and now in beautiful Belgaum India...where the climate is fantastic year round, even in summer..and..
    ''Peace and comfort, the boons of winter''..I certainly can appreciate the scenes in your poem! .....I like it..rated it 10.
    Thanks for sharing!
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 20, 2011


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