On Our Eyes - Poem by Sadiqullah Khan
Fragrance weaves through like eyes,
Beholding the love’s face
We have the spring’s time come,
Rejoice the drum’s beat.
Life hath many dark facets up arm
And we celebrate the rise of the morn.
Yellow mustard fields are froth of the wave
The earth-sea below the blue skies.
Give up on the walls of separation
Of a mind carry the goblets unison,
And we shall bade you adieu,
Dear autumn and winter, we
Shall have the apricot’s flowers our shade
And infinity a destiny, we tell our heart,
Relish the moment, and if so,
So what if the love’s brow rises to the rival.
When we have enough cause to sing
We shall knock the doors of mystery up.
Gowning smiles on faces
Our foreheads ashine the brilliance of sun,
And on our eyes sleeps the moon.
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