She Whispered To Her Friends. Poem by Khalil Gabol

She Whispered To Her Friends.

Rating: 4.3

In October, she fell in love.
Unable to tell anyone, she bore its pain all alone.
Unable to expose them out, she suffered.
She made her thoughts her companions
Guiders and consolers of her soul
In them and among them, she lost herself
Contemplating beautifully,
Pondering prettily,
She always thought for her love,
An Unknown He, An Stranger He!
Someone called him — a friend.
Shy and bashful mostly
A boy, who loved her from afar,
Prayed for her from the farthest location
Cared for her from unfathomable distances
A boy, not close, not known, yet to her.
Day-by-day, She lost herself in his thoughts
An inferno of affection inflamed in her being
A conflagration of love wrapped her in totality
Utmost lost in the muses of love, She fainted!
Unable to tell her malady to her mother,
Unable to tell her secret to her sister,
She turned towards the nature,
She turned towards the friends of her solitude.
Opening her gates of red lips,
Lowering the gaze of her eyes,
Wrapping herself in complete bashfulness.
She whispered to night,
She whispered to moon,
She whispered to wee-hours,
She whispered to the gentle breeze,
She whispered —
I love him deeply!

Saturday, October 19, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: love,muse
Aqsa shah. 19 October 2019

Honest and beautiful, encapsulated with utmost beauty, thank for sharing!

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Jagdish Singh Ramána 24 April 2020

'Spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings' it is. Melodious, picturesque and crafty. A beautiful poetic exposition dear poet. Loved reading this lovely poem.

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Hazel Durham 22 December 2019

Outpouring of love bursting from her heart to explode into beautiful colours that bloom with a sweet scent, a gorgeous and original write!

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Akhtar Jawad 25 October 2019

A miraculous love, so nicely painted in a touching poem.

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Jolin walker 19 October 2019

Beautifully composed with undying flow of affection

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Aqsa shah 19 October 2019

Beautiful and honestly written, encapsulated with undying affinity and aura.

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