Gulam Abbas Hashmi


Eve & Daughters (Acrostic) - Poem by Gulam Abbas Hashmi

No one was there when looked upon
Over the roof that sounded, Bang! !
It is just wind or was that thief
Come how but in this rain and storm
Eh! That must be some flying log

Out was the power at that time
For rain was hard and storm was rough

Someone is there! ! She yelled at me
Or how could I than saw that thing
Under that window of backside
Nay! I can not be that blindfold
Do go back there and look once more

It was like this, that I was forced
Never shall I say no to her

Rotten did got the tiles of roof
And slippery too as moss was grown
I go tip-toed but quickly though
Not caring how bad it could be
Yes! You are right, sure I did fall

Never so loud have someone cried
It was but I who gulped that pain
GOD helps me for what I say hence
He who obeys her every word
To earth thus came right from the top

And on the next day I was HOSPITALIZED.

Women are surely piece of art
Incarnated of mother Eve
Father of mankind’s, only wife
Ever reckoned for heaven’s lost
Some day shall She believe it All

Such nicely how can one be judged?
Time comes and goes and ages thus
On goes this legacy of hers
Risk taking is Man’s business hence
Yes! You are right, sure I did fall

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 7, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 23, 2010

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