Be My Guest For A Night Poem by Sahil Sharifdin Bhat

Be My Guest For A Night

Rating: 3.7


Be my guest for a night.
Don't say No, dear, be polite.
Ten thousand nights you have got!
Just one night can you give not?
I love you as much as I can
Like a burning desert loves rain;
Like a sage loves solitude;
Like a hungry kid loves food;
Like homeless birds love daylight;
Like a blind person loves eyesight;
Like blossoms love morning air;
Like God loves a sinner's tear;
Like poets love the season of spring;
Like girls love the day of wedding.
Love me back before it is late;
Before you put on heavy weight;
Your rosy lips will shrink small;
You pearly teeth will also fall;
Your physical ornaments will disappear
And their jingle I shall not hear.
Add one of my nights some delight.
Be my guest for a night.
Come before our souls go to sky
And under the soil forever we lie.

Be My Guest For A Night
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This poem is dedicated to a very close friend of mine. She is always in a hurry. Her family and friends are spying on her. She seldom gets time to meet the people of her choice. I fear lest she should regret later having been born in the midst of narrow-minded and shortsighted folk. I suggest her to live a life of her choice. Meet the people she really loves to meet.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Tania Deleon 22 February 2021

aww this poem is so cute

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Irfan Dar 09 February 2021

Wonderful

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