You Blame Us - Poem by Akhtar Jawad
It was you!
Who broke him into two pieces!
And when he and she came into being,
hidden in both the pieces,
you excited them to love,
and when they loved,
you enjoyed it with them,
you put all the blame on passion,
and the two passionate lovers,
and turned out the trio from your gardens,
let me know sweetheart,
why you had closed your eyes?
When your eyes are closed,
let me love once again,
again and again!
Three hundred sixty five into hundred,
Thirty six thousand five hundred times,
Or even more!
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