Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Lighthouse Comments

Rating: 4.6

Tell me, O moisture
Halted in the eternity of my eyes
Which stagnant epoch has confined you!
God weeps rain


Naseer Ahmed Nasir
Shahzia Batool 14 May 2013

all addresses are beautiful esp.Tell me, O star on land Why travellers Dream about you?

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Alison Cassidy 06 January 2010

This is a superb poem. A beautifully crafted ode to your lighthouse, lush with vibrant images that live on in memory long after the page has been turned. A highly romantic reflection on an ancient symbol of light and mystery: 'O moisture, halted in the eternity of my eyes... O breeze of shores... O sign of light... O magical bird Flying over the waning immensity of time...' You have certainly done your lighthouse justice, Naseer. love, Allie ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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Abdullah Musa 07 December 2009

This is d makin of orginal mind. It truly moisten my burning heart.

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Patrick A. Martin 20 July 2009

My God Naseer this is wonderful a masterpiece no less.

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Winnie Angel 18 July 2009

its pricsless in terms of the thoughts and the beauty of the love.......Winnie

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Davon Montgomery 15 July 2009


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Patti Masterman 08 July 2009

What a lovely, touching poem you've written. Ten is not really enough.

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Ashraful Musaddeq 24 May 2009

Another legendery poem,10+++

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Ejaz Khan 21 May 2009

An extremly beautiful poem, feels like as if you have dived and brought the pearls from the depths of sea and woven this poem of those. Excellent work, greetings! Regards

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good words of wisdom Nazeer, very effectively presented...you v chosen words very appropriately/....god weeps in rain...very true indeed...I m very glad that yesterday god cried in merryment and send tears of ecstasy to srilanka...war is over at last....tiger and lion can walk in hand to hand..thanks 10+++

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Obed Souza 16 May 2009

It´s so beautiful! The imagery... I Just loved it without any logical reasons, I like the way it sounds, the word choice...... know what? It touched me It´s so.... let me put it this way: aristocratic!

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Obinna Eruchie 15 May 2009

it is wonderful. a lovely poem with a good discription.

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Obed Souza 07 April 2009

An epic! Everytime I stop by poemhunter, I´ve got to hit one of your poems! I think I´m getting addicted to your style.10!

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Jack Price 23 March 2009

This truly is a wonderful poem and the relation to the holy spirit is evident starting with the title. I truly enjoyed it. I was impressed with the fellow poet's comment about some of your work possibly becoming classics. I am in agreement with Mr. Zuccaro. If a poet truly loves writing I think it should be a long range goal to have at least one of your pieces become a classic. I will continue to read your work.

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Yelena M. 23 March 2009

This superb poem would go to my favourites just for these lines: 'Who told me in a drenched voyage love is an island, grief the sail! ..'. As a whole it bears hints of eternity which makes the soul fly over time. A true pleasure to read and think about! Also reminded me of a song: 'Cause I was lost, somehow drifting away Was almost gone, You brought me to life again So let me be your lighthouse..'. Best wishes. A.

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Sheilymar Torres 22 March 2009

I liked this particular poem, it grabbed my heart when I read those words. Beautiful.

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Adeline Foster 21 March 2009

Good job, thanks. Adeline

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Ted Sheridan 13 March 2009

I enjoyed reading this...thank you.

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Sandhya S N 11 March 2009

Well written. I liked the flow and the rhythm in the poem and the meaningful words regrds sandhya

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Whitney Nicole Albright* 27 February 2009

Naseer, you remind me of Shakesphere

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