When I asked sea about the Pearls,
It laughed and said that is one of my lovely jewels.
When I asked about light to the sun!
Overjoyed, he uttered there is no life without it.
I asked river, What pleases its heart?
And she said, to become lovely waterfall.
I asked flowers; tell me why thy blossom is for?
To play with the wind, the scent waft, Byron persecutes, and for it I live.
I asked moon, tell me your purpose of life?
To come at night play with stars and allure with waves and play hide and seek.
When I asked Mount, What is the purpose of your standing tall?
He said, to talk with clouds and convince them to fall on earth.
I asked, Birds tell me your whereabouts?
And they said, To fly high, to talk with winds and to sing a song.
And all of them asked me; Now you tell us what your heart feels about?
I said the greatest jewel of my life is bigger than all yours and that is for my Beloved Sister.
Because, Her love is deeper than the sea, her faith is more firm than mountains.
Her feelings are more gentle than the flowers, Lighter than clouds, playful like rivers
And she is bigger than the sky of Sun, Moon and all stars
And of course she is my Sister, My loving Sister - Farah Naaz.
This poetry has all the substance and a bouquet of love to your sister on her birthday.
Thanks Much Poets poet
Thx Poets poet.
Bahut badiya bhent hai apni behan ke liye.
Descriptions bring the poem in a new hight
Through vivid imagery and comparisons to elements of nature, the poem celebrates the sister's unique qualities and her profound impact on the poet's life. Thanks for sharing this wonderful poem.
Overall, this appraisal beautifully captures the poet's deep love, admiration, and reverence for their sister.
The poem begins with the speaker asking the sea about pearls, symbolizing something precious and valuable. The sea responds by laughing and proclaiming the sister as one of its lovely jewels, indicating her importance and worth.
The poem 'Happy Birthday Gift - To My Sister' is a heartfelt appraisal of the author's beloved sister, Farah Naaz. Through a series of inquiries to various elements of nature, the poet highlights the significance and beauty of their sisterly bond.
Bring me all the things I will make a beautiful basket of love.