Munia Khan

Rookie (15th March.1981)

Letters In A Dusty Trunk - Poem by Munia Khan

As ‘F’ Follows the Fortune so Far.
Gracious ‘G’ Goes to the Godlike ‘Sir’.
Gazing on his Garden to Give up the Grave.
‘G’ says – “Good bye and be brave! ”
Brave ‘B’ wants to Be with him.
Bending towards his Beaming Beam! !
‘M’ Meanwhile Mourns for the Mentor.
For the Magician turns into a rector.
There ‘K’, the King, ‘Q’ represents the ‘Queen’
Alas! ‘P’ Pops up with a ‘Princess’ in between.
The Proud Princess Prays to the ‘P’
To Purify ‘Peace’ without the Plea.
Pleasant, Pliant, Plenty of Plans.
‘P’ Places it to H’s Hands.
As ‘H’ is ‘He’, the Horse’s lover.
He Hopes to be with Her forever.
In Heaven with High Hopes together with Her.
But Rejection in reality – Rejoins ‘R’
‘R’ Reigns over the Restraint of a ‘Restive’
In the Lap of Lenience ‘L’ Loves to Live.
‘L’ Likes to Look after the Louise of Love.
The Love of the ‘K’ & ‘Q’ from up above.
‘Q’ Queries in Quest of Quietude.
‘V’ Vibrates with the Vicissitude! !
Virtue’s Vision Visits the soul.
‘S’ Solicits through fair and foul.
To Sweeten the Sweet words of a true friend.
‘E’ Encloses two hearts to the End.
‘K’ Kisses the ‘Q’, ‘Q’ Quivers abreast.
Love & Peace! let them stay in rest.
Finally ‘D’ has been Detected in a Dusty trunk.
Where Destiny is Determined to become a Drunk! !
Decipher the meaning of a Defected heart
Desperately ‘D’ Decides only to Depart.


Written on the 10th November 2009


Comments about Letters In A Dusty Trunk by Munia Khan

  • (2/17/2010 5:17:00 AM)


    An amazing piece Munia.. If one had to have just one poem to view day after day, who could argue with this as being the one. So much contained therein,
    Well Done... I say again well done... Now I think I shall now read it all again and see another story unfold before my eyes.
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  • Craig Anderson (2/15/2010 7:17:00 PM)


    What a piece that was, I really enjoyed it, I even re-read it aloud to the family. Munia you have a rare gift and that is to keep your audience captivated a worthy 10 indeed!
    Best Regards.
    Craig......Oh and family.
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  • (2/13/2010 6:04:00 AM)


    So let us all read between the lines and see what we can see between the lines.
    You have a way with words our Munia Khan. And true understanding of a Poets Art.
    Kind Regards.
    Philip
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  • (2/8/2010 8:50:00 AM)


    Felt like running a three mike race reading the words - fast. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 8, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 9, 2013


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