Md. Asadullah

Silver Star - 4,447 Points (11th july)

My Thoughts On Your Thoughts - Poem by Md. Asadullah

Veil is symbol of strength,
people behind them are not weak.
Enemies are my target with
friends I don't play hide and seek.
Those who follow Prince of
paradise they can always dare.
Quran is the Furqan*, an ancient
book, so common yet so rare.
Friends can always advise,
I know It is not good to have pride.
Your words taken positively,
believers are helpers and guide.
I know very well that world
knows one by one's presentations.
And I am well aware that God
judges one by one's intentions.
But your presentation effects
other's intentions as well.
'Hold to the rope and do not
divide', very loudly I want to tell.
Don't use your color black to
divide and target only color green.
When green is turned red in
black anger needs to be seen.
Let me give strength to your
wings fly high, high, very high.
But very high there is vaccum,
you cannot breathe or sigh.
Check facial expressions,
in shadows please don't find clues.
Friends may tolerate but
enemies will laugh at your muse.
Surmising eyes in shadows
of a rat may see a bear.
Shadow of a little cat a very
large tiger may appear.
My dear friend don't read
too much between the lines.
let me remove the black clouds,
see the bright sunshine.
My dear friend don't read
too much between the lines.
Let me assure you,
everything is fine.

Topic(s) of this poem: free verse

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Furqan - The Criterion(for muslims)

Comments about My Thoughts On Your Thoughts by Md. Asadullah

  • Savita Tyagi (3/18/2014 9:32:00 PM)

    Frank and honest assertions. When thoughts expressed so well no need to read between lines. (Report) Reply

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  • (3/15/2014 9:35:00 AM)

    Shadow of a little cat, a very large tiger may appear
    I love this line! Great job!
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 15, 2014

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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