Mirza Sharafat Hussain Beigh


A Visit To Graveyard - Poem by Mirza Sharafat Hussain Beigh

On Thursday evening
I pray near a Grave in Kashmir
Incense sticks
And candles
Lit in bundles
Aroma makes me feel
As I kneel

This is land of my forefathers
Where they rest
I too look for a place nearest
I belong to these graves
Here my soul craves
To sleep till eternity
In the Eden of divinity
What else Should I ask
That has more dignity

Topic(s) of this poem: kashmir, sleep

Form: Free Verse


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Mirza Sharafat visits an ancestral graveyardat Zadibal in Srinagar. On every Thursday evening Shiitte Muslims light candles and incense sticks on graves. This aura relieves poet and he feels his belongingness to graves where his forefathers rest. He looks for a place nearest where his soul craves to sleep for eternity.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 13, 2018



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