Taher Shemaly

Rookie - 20 Points (17/8/1980 / Kuwait)

Just When - Poem by Taher Shemaly

when it crushes down
and rains heavily of dooms
when your head becomes target
and can't escape the glooms
may but my chest is there
for the pearly tear that heals
and my head upon this head
shall it become and calm it feels

and if it's time to be alone
or far apart away from home
shall I not find one a clone
alike this beauty of the handsome
but yet apart my mind will be
with you everywhere you go
may far it be but never to me
and time shall be travelling slow

even though in Median's ruins
or Babylon that was of the old
whether in dwellings of Aram
that their homes were left so cold
shall my heart call in loneliness
for the passion you had before
even though the rain is stopless
promises for you are in galore

Ah ye lo this dream come true
when in the morning with its hue
would I feel this breeze made so new
or would I not see more tears of the blue
just like an angel resting with this old new
that is me or my heart without any clue
right in the middle of the heart you flew
yes and how sweet what about you I knew


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 4, 2005



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