Your Eyes Are Speaking The Language Of Flowers Poem by Ibnu Din Assingkiri

Your Eyes Are Speaking The Language Of Flowers

Rating: 5.0

(My Wife, Noriati)

Your eyes bid farewell to my mornings
Like half-blooming Morning Glories
Sweet, though without a smile
Though without the sun shining.

Your eyes greeting my afternoons
Like a blooming Lotus Flowers
Refuse to step aside even tired
Withstanding ripples of lake water.

Your eyes dim my nights
Like tropical forest’s Wild Orchids
Grow on the banks of Shimla River
In a long, snowy season.

On this time of the day,
I can’t look into your eyes
Is it like Pink Roses?
Gated by thorns; beautiful and fragrant.

*Translated from Ibnu Din Assingkiri’s Malay poem, “Matamu Berbahasa Bunga”
Gajanan Mishra 25 October 2013

beautiful and fragrant really your write, thanks. Please read my poems and comment.

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Valsa George 26 October 2013

What wonderful comparisons of your wife's beautiful eyes, communicating the silent language of love! I am sure she might be mighty pleased to read this! !

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Roseann Shawiak 20 October 2014

A brilliant and gentle poem telling your wife of your sincere passion for her. An unconditional love like yours is hard to come by, but very much appreciated by the one you love. Very nice, indeed. A transcendental love that is above reproach. Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn

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Yasmin Khan 17 November 2013

A lovely steeped in divine love

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S.zaynab Kamoonpuri 15 November 2013

Wow what a floral sentimental poem to yer wife. She must b duly charmd. Makes me wish my man was a poet. Do read my latest poem too.

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Aftab Alam Khursheed 06 November 2013

I am fully agreed with Asad what he commented a lovely poem with many angles thank Ibnu

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Heather Wilkins 26 October 2013

a beautiful poem about your wife. The eyes reveal the soul. lovely imagery.

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Ibnu Din Assingkiri

Ibnu Din Assingkiri

Singkir Laut, Kedah, Malaysia
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