Hanan Muzafar

Bronze Star - 2,172 Points (14-08-1991 / Model Town Sopore (Kashmir))

Captive - Poem by Hanan Muzafar

There was so much for us,
But you didn't saw,
and I didn't agreed,
For me,
It had a worth,
to plunge in your aura.

Wish I could set you free,
But you were closed,
For me,
and I became a captive,
In a vicious regime:
Where I see cold, numb,
and muddled victims,
lying silent in corpses.

Take a walk with me,
Through these almond groves,
Where buds wait for bloom:
A curse given to our seeds.

We won't demand,
nor we expect,
But I await,
for a moment in chaos,
As your cheeks were too red,
For me,
I still remember,
The way,
we used to stare and hesitate.

Now, sitting on a porch,
kneeled, done, and abandoned,
waiting for a new dawn;
It's just about passing days.

Topic(s) of this poem: conflict, faith, fate, freedom, hope, journey, love, separation, society, war

Form: Lyric

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 14, 2018

Poem Edited: Friday, September 14, 2018

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