Parwin Jadan

Rookie (2,11 sunday,1990 / happy pampero)

Saunter In Pumpkin Land - Poem by Parwin Jadan

Don't lock the door!

Don't lock the door, my angel
I know you will not hear me
I know you will hear me when I go
Don't open the door when spring is gone
Don't read in the dark
Read at the sunbeam
Sail not in the storm
Don't hang your washing in the wet rainy days
Don't flame up the fireplace in June
Don't wear silk in November
Dance not at funereal
Don't wake up at the last of the Night
Get not in the train when it's stopped
Don't work at mist
Don't open your heart
When others were blocked
Swim not in an empty moor
Don't take off your costume in December
Don't crunch carrots when you have no teeth
When your back's bow Like snail
Eye glasses stick your eyes
And your broken mirror laughs
Children call after you 'colorful clown'
At that time, you will know

Don't lock the door
Don't throw the key to the sea
But kiss me a lot my beloved


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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2010



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