Where Are You? Poem by Parwin Jadan

Where Are You?



Where are you?

Between the white mountain
Between the black river
Sunset
Sunrise
Between the grey valley
River's walking
Between the bright stars no light
Only space
I have become like a river leaving
To no where
Even clouds can't hide her passions
Weep on the world
Turn it widely
You as waterfall pouring on my head
Heart like space
Absent all pebbles or rocks
Sleeping inside my belly
I don't know why I am so mad
So odd as a arrant dog
Oh my love u clog me as shadows
Can't let u away
Not even is real or true
I am always my love running
As wind afraid to lose you
Why I see nothing only you
If there is heal
take my olive eyes
But, alas! You have been built inside as church
If I can take any thing from the flies
In that time I can wipe you from my mind
If someone can hear the tombs
Might know who much I am missing her wheat willow hair
Hold she in my arms
Climb on the clouds
Kiss your grey lips
As roots suck water
But, oh! sweet love
But sweet love there is no joy
Compel the enjoyment
When the fog flush
Then to see the sky again
After the crazy storm
Smell of dancing ground
Birds plays
Rainbow is my love
That no one can catch

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Parwin Jadan

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