Dr Shamim ali
Life Of A Powerful Woman - Poem by Dr Shamim ali
The journey is so immeasurably far.
When my soul mate left,
His death has not swallow back my grief
Find severance is never-ending
Consider Unquenchable anxiety.
Each day You come into my dream.
Shows how constantly
You are in my thoughts.
I guess you are in the soul of an angel
I always ask myself a question
How did you find wings
With which you flew there
The light of the sinking moon
Enlightens every beam
And rafter of my room
I half expect it to light up your face
I looked out of the window
Find dark clouds every where,
The sky is so wide
I always pray
Don't let the dark clouds get you.
All day long the floating clouds drift by,
Still the my mate has not arrived!
For many nights running
I have repeatedly dreamed of you.
Such affectionate concern on your part
Shows your feelings for me.
Each time you said goodbye
You seemed so uneasy.
`It isn't easy to come',
You would say bitterly; `
Going out of my dreams
I scratch my head
Wake up with new zeal and energy
as if my whole life's ambition
Since the grower has left
To look after our flowers
Which we have planted in our garden
Have to take care
With the sweltering summer
When the sun is on fire
By giving them tender care
pampering to withstand the scroaching heat
Will not let Clouds come floating into their life
No longer to carry rain or usher storm to them
These flowers will add color to my sunset sky
One day he will come
Everywhere he will find blossoms
He will value our home turf
Both we will feel the fragrance every where
When I will look at the sky
How single handedly
I looked after the garden
But he was always there
Like his name he was illuminating
Every where he is
Shimmring Shinning and Sparkling
God has renderd his blessing on me
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