Woman - Poem by Ibrar Siddiqi
I look at you.
Mother, nurse, advisor and jdge.
Who am i to begrudge.
To me, you will always be.
That little girl,
who left in a whirl.
Settled as Iam.
You came in,
like a twister.
Tried to treat you,
like a like a friemd or sister.
But I gave in,
couldn't see you as kin but a woman.
I kissed you, thememory still lingers,
Like God Almightly I felt,
Playing with stars,
in the heavens
Heavenly body, in my fingers.
Who could create such wonderment of you,
But the man,
who wanted you the most.
I ran my ship sailed at full mast.
I drifted close, to you perfect coast.
I thank God, I did not ground.
For I would have hurt you,
Afloat upon a reef so delicate.
I sink without a trace wth a full crew.
To you, my love,
I Siddiqi 26.12.09
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