But The Rose Flower Left Me Alone - Poem by Akhtar Jawad
Oh cute! Deaf and dumb! Why are you mute?
Where is your music? Don’t have a flute?
Any other instrument, will you please play?
From beauty like you, don’t like a nay.
Colors spread like a sudden rainbow,
Such a green hit and the sexy pink throw!
She smiled and slowly started speaking,
secret of a virgin now peeping and leaking,
her aroma whispered in the restless heart.
“Imprisoned I was in thorns and thwart,
Thanks my poet you got out me free,
Behind the branches of dying old tree,
I see a colorful flying butterfly,
You are on earth and I want to fly,
I want to see the blue sky,
A lovely companion is the rainbow fly.
Good Bye Dear Poet! With love good bye,
My aroma to inspire, my color to dye,
Shall remain with you for you only you,
For a blocked mind, isn’t it a break through? ”
I am enchanted with my bud’s lovely sweet tone,
but the rose flower has left me alone!
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