Taj Mahal (Haiku Poem With Independent Haiku) - Poem by Zubiya Surti
Symbol of undying love
marvel in marble, white as dove
They say 'Wah Taj! Wah! '
That wonder of the world,
finds place in every heart.
Such is the grand mausoleum!
Careful hands and twenty two years,
made perfect each stone
as flowers and 'aayahts'.
Outside are beautiful fountains.
Gardens full of flowers to
perfume the sleep of she who lies
Like an earthly paradise
for someone who is dead,
when life was death for some!
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