Farnood Jahangiri


To Love - Poem by Farnood Jahangiri

“From my distant country hear my voice, O Love
Among the abstract notions, I address you the most absurd one!
I call you the most clandestine,
Since my heart you break and hers don’t move.”

She won’t hearken to me and
Indifferently hisses away,
And In search of another preyed mouse
Her wicked poisonous tongue displays.

“From this distant land hear my voice, O Love
The most deceitful hallucinatory one
I call you off for the rest of my life,
Who did rest her mind and mine still strain.”

I don’t wait for her response and
From this oasis full of rage
Exit and stagger amidst sands
In search of another mirage.

Topic(s) of this poem: deceit, love


Comments about To Love by Farnood Jahangiri

  • Chinedu Dike (3/18/2015 4:59:00 PM)


    Love is a spiritual experience that affects all and sundry profoundly, it is whimsical and temperamental, coming unannounced and may leave without warning if not carefully nurtured by both couples. The state of heartbreak and point of view changing with perspective with regards to love well captured in the poem. A lovely piece of poetry, well articulated and penned with insight from the heart. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 18, 2015



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