Affaq Nabi


Desire - Poem by Affaq Nabi

My love if you like to be adored,
Hold mine all adores- don't pay a penny,
If it may bring you a peace,
If it may release your soul,
from some rising sorrow,
If it may glitter your pale eye piece,
As my adores you receive
Will make you brimful glee,
Comply my council and I convey
A kiss of peace,
I long you be mine saule shade tree,
As long as our breaths beat,
You give me a handsome treat
I dare you my heart sweet,
Love: don't fall to any ferocia,
The beauty you hold is on the lease,
Only your virtues won: 'll come with you,
These roses on your cheek'll decrease.
Truely may be all woes tod'll cease.

Topic(s) of this poem: desire


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 23, 2019



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