Back To Loneliness - Poem by Akhtar Jawad
Not here, not there, not anywhere,
peacefully I was sleeping alone somewhere,
neither I was seen nor I was touched,
I spoke to myself and was never heard,
none of the senses ever witnessed me.
Oh loneliness! You had distressed me!
Burnt in the fires of my first felt pains,
to extinguish the fires I desired the rains,
in search of clouds I left my home,
what Romans do I did in the Rome,
down pours of love put off the fires,
no more alone in a crowd of desires,
a vagabond cloud passing by with a shower,
turned the bud into pink rose flower,
but the winds that brought a cloud for me,
left loneliness and a shroud for me!
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