Munia Khan

Rookie - 36 Points (15th March.1981)

“disparity” - Poem by Munia Khan

You are growing up
Whilst I am growing older
You touch the mountain's top
But I fear to be bolder

You have a bright future
Whilst I’m buried in the past
You have a graceful feature
And I ‘m uncouth and outcast

You’re grasping the sun
Whilst I’m in quest of the light
You leave nothing undone
But I do nothing right

You hear the bird’s sweet song
But howling is all I hear
You weep for so long
When I hate a single tear

You have a singing heart
When my heart aches in fear
You just want to depart
When I hold you so near

You conquer the night
And I’m a slave of the dark
You fly over the plight
When I burn in the spark

You let the stars fall down
When I need their beams
You live in a dreamless town
When I need you in my dreams

You’re my Purple Magic
But I ‘m your Dark Black Hole
You embrace the tragic
When I want your joy to roll

But there’s no disparity
Between your love and mine
Till the end of time
Within my soul it'll shine.

Written on the night of the 16thof January,2011

©Munia Khan 2011

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 2, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 4, 2011

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