Baharak Barzin


Wandered Soul - Poem by Baharak Barzin

I was in silence of my sorrow
I thought of your love and a voice inside asked me to go on
I was sad and missed your love
Then
I talked to moon about your love
He smiled and asked me to go on
I found my soul wandering and wailing your love
Then
I talked to a tree about your love
He pointed the sky with his finger and asked me to go on
I was thirsty of your love
Then
I talked to a river about your love
He started running and roaring and asked me to go on
I was walking on a green land and singing your name
Then I heard the ground asking me to go on
I looked up and see your signs
I looked down and see your signs
I saw your signs everywhere I looked at
I found myself surrounded by a voice calling your name
Then I was set free by your love and your love asked me to go on and on


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  • Dr.tony Brahmin (5/7/2017 3:44:00 PM)


    I talked to moon about your love
    He smiled and asked me to go on
    I found my soul wandering and wailing your love
    I was thirsty of your love
    I was set free by your love and your love asked me to go on and on

    Love and its mysteries painted in a picturesque and emotional way.
    Simply loved reading your poem. Thank you. tony
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  • Daniel Brick (12/22/2016 10:57:00 AM)

    Wandered Soul
    This is the true cost of LOVE when a reciprocal affection is not immediate. The speaker is so convinced of this love she is willing to suffer to attain it. But her sufferings are rewarded by the participation of nature in her quest. I love the encouragement she gets from natural things; they are her allies in fidelity and sincerity and show we live in a world that supports such love. If course, a cynic would read your poem and say it; s just a projection, not true love/
    But the cynic lacks both idealism and hope as well as love. Your poem expresses all three of those virtues.
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  • Siddartha Montik (12/16/2016 6:29:00 AM)

    The Moon!
    Lovely lines whom can we ask for all for our quests?
    .....

    Teach me more Poet! 10+++!
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 27, 2013

Poem Edited: Sunday, January 27, 2013


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