Dr Shamim ali


Last Words Of My Mother - Poem by Dr Shamim ali

As my time is over
I am about to do my canvas roll
In the month of September
The month of falling leaves and embracing autumn
Leaving on such a holy day
Shab-e- Barat lit with love &light
Luminate with love and celebrate
At this night I will present in front of God
Mortal all humans are face up this reality
Definite is Life factual is Death
And all the anguishes to care
If I go away from here
Promise that you will not moan
Sooth your heart relieve my soul
When you were confirmed of my death
Dont rush in there all the way
Gasping and out of breath
Gather all my children take care of your father
Console them not to weep
be composed all the time at my memorial service
Sitting near to my casket, must not moan
Must into no way your eyes dampen
deceive must not your tolerence
Your feelings should be at unintentional level
Keep yourself normal all the same
Hide your tears deceive not shame on my name
Visit my grave burst all your emotions and tears there
Embrace the tomstone, clean the dust
Lit scent sticsks spred flowers every where
pleasant fragrance will reach every where
Water the only wild rose Pull all weeds out
And for my soul should pray always one verse
She belonged to God and he called her back
Verses will raise your's spirits high bestow you serenity
Will give you preeminence to calm your old father
Be courageous my daughter face all challenges
Just because you cannot see me
Does not mean that I do not exist
By
Shamim Ali


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 7, 2011


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