Abdul Sattar

Rookie (13 May 1977 / Swabi)

Come Back - Poem by Abdul Sattar

She met me again and again
On the squire every morning
With her bag holding down in hands
She spoke no word at all
Nor I talked to her
I felt her fragrance of warm emotions
With so much affection she glanced
Years passed doing so
No one was sure of the future
No one dared to express
To convey the message of being tied
Together for the life
There were hopes of finding a better future
Rising wishes and dreams of fancy
A good decision needs time
But time never waits for you
Time passed and there was a break down
I never saw her again; just I did not know her name
The emptiness I felt there for long
There I was standing once more at the squire
Never to expect the trauma
There passed a wave of turmoil
The havoc I felt in my veins
The brain was so disrupted
I felt if some thing happened to me
Perhaps a brain tumour developed
And thundered my body with shiver
She came back with the angel walk
I did not believe my eyes
With the change in her life
A child cried behind her
Mom, Mom! Stop! Stop!
She crossed and with a mild smile
Her face fancied the strange experience
Life has its own fruits
Some taste it bitter some feel it sweet


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  • (9/19/2005 1:54:00 PM)


    Beautiful story, but a tragic one. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 19, 2005



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