How Can I Know - Poem by Ali AlMajnooni
Hark to bright stars of eve
That capture your sight when you recline
No sound would you perceive
From sleeping creatures, except for mine,
My call for you,
And for love, too!
While we are set apart
Whenever you hear my name spoken,
Put your hand on your heart.
If you feel that your pulse hurries then
I do the same
Hearing your name!
From your smile at my face
That you love me I could not extract.
But when tears leave their place
They would reveal me the happy fact.
Then I could see
That you love me!
Always I used to keep
Thinking of you dreaming my time out.
So you within your sleep
Make me the one whom you dream about.
And if not so,
How can I know?
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