wardha jawdat

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Eternity - Poem by wardha jawdat

I think of you
And I want to liken your memory
To something beautiful.
It seems your almost ethereal beauty,
Your unattainable, yet magnetic appeal,
Your angelic, gentle, care-lined countenance:
So full of promises I know I can never see
Fulfilled…
Are most like
The haunting awe-inspiring magnificence
Of a treasure ship
Lost at sea.

I dream of you often;
Floating mesmerized …
An orb around your
Shadowy presence.

Even in my dreams, my darling,
I never quiet reach you
Feel you, touch you…
The reverence runs deep
Even in my subconscious.


You are indeed my unreliquished
Love;
And yet
I am unable to accept
The hopelessness
That is my truth:
My desires: traitors
Unto me
Loyalty sworn to your memory

I never visit your grave my love
I do not believe you stay there.
I cannot bring myself to accept
Sand and stone as your memento

I shall let my senses forever seek
Your imagery in heavens
Skies, forests..the seas
For be as it may in death
As it were in life between
You and me:
Forever my love you I shall seek
Forever un till
Eternity


Comments about Eternity by wardha jawdat

  • Sarwar Chowdhury (8/29/2008 1:57:00 PM)


    a fine expression indeed........thanks (Report) Reply

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  • (7/22/2008 7:06:00 AM)


    Although I am an old fashined rhyme and meter poet I can appreciate well written works in any form.Your word usage and imagery are excellent ivor (Report) Reply

  • (4/2/2008 4:33:00 AM)


    teray bin hor na kisay mangni
    merian blaa
    teray bin hor na kisay karni
    dhop wich chhaan

    'I shall let my senses forever seek
    Your imagery in heavens
    Skies, forests..the seas'

    They withdraw when they want to
    people we want the most

    best, rehan
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 29, 2008



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