Divine Touch Poem by Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari

Divine Touch

Rating: 4.9

My mind asks me
To create a basket full of blossomed Daffodils
With the beauty of my ambiguous thoughts.
Why is so?
That this art has had remained concealed;
May be I had a fear
Of getting severed
From my childhood friends,
Who has had been there for three decades now.
Misery, Pain and Dysphoria,
All gone
Merely with one touch of Divinity.

Oct 30,2008

© Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari 2009

Kesav Easwaran 30 October 2008

of a divine touch that gives strengh courage and creativity...good write, Kamran 10

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Sulaiman Mohd Yusof 30 October 2008

All gone in one single touch of divinity? ? Gee im blinded in curiosity but what you're trying to tell here is something traumatical indeed.great writes bro as usual! !

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Sathyanarayana M V S 30 October 2008

I agree with Peerbocus. Your thoughts and expressions are maturing into great heights. My words dont fail. You are going to be a great poet.10

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Anjali Sinha 30 October 2008

awh kamran, Oh that divine touch ---may that touch ---touch u like never before thanks to God ---that all those three friends of yours from childhood Misery, Pain and Dysphoria be dispelled for ever. May you have that peace of mind and happiness. ____this my sincerest prayer for you. A++++and 10++++ regards anju

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Wojja Fink 04 April 2010

Misery, Pain and Dysphoria, All gone Merely with one touch of Divinity. Brilliant, brilliant and brilliant. wonderful to read, a joyful ending.

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Dr Hitesh Sheth 02 November 2008

When mind receives touch of divinity, It floats in river of serenity, And holy river sweeps away pain and grief alike, And one is freed forever from strife. Good work, Keep doing

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Manonton Dalan 02 November 2008

why not create a blossoms the foe deals(daffodils) . creating is always wonderful yet you have put up with the foe or they deal with it. thanks.md.10 with the hope you go ahead and create it.

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Good thoughts bring in good spirits which can heal.A ten

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Seema Aarella 01 November 2008

kamran...this poem is so genuine and from the heart....the words are pure and crystal clear a metaphor of your mind! glad that i got to read this.....ALL THE BEST!

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