Maida Iftikhar Chikan
Endure Like A Tree - Poem by Maida Iftikhar Chikan
When you bloom sweet smelling flowers,
and captivate a garden welcomingly,
never love your flowers
for they won't last long.
They shall soon fade,
and alter into God's kind creation.
You will soon bear,
your patience's sweet fruit.
When your fruits are ripened,
none you shall taste.
The strange world will.
After they pluck your fruits
and make your branches feel alone,
your worth then shall be tarnished
to a dried up lake
and then will worldly love cease to be.
Then will kind nature change its face
leave you alone amongst your loneliness.
Summon thy unseen courage
and endure like a tree.
when your leaves start to slowly leave,
never fret, there'll be more to take their place
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