Shahid H Khan
Biography of Shahid H Khan
I am a retired civil engineer. I always felt that there was a writer/poet lurking inside me. I wish to bring out that writer from within.
Shahid H Khan Poems
On Her Birthday
What can I give you On your birthday? Love, I love you, That's all I’ll say.
Lottery - A Monologue With Almighty
Can I ask you, Almighty? Why not I win a lottery? I am not being greedy, But a few millions will be handy.
One Day You Will Leave
How do I make me believe That one day you will leave, And I shall be on my own; Deserted, dejected, alone.
So Close Yet So Far
You are so close; yet so far, Like a shadow in the sun; Like a ripple in ocean; Like a mirage in motion.
A Thing Of Beauty
I saw a drop of water, Sitting on the leaf of a tree; Bathing in a ray of morning sun: It was a thing of beauty.
We are burning in hell For seven long years, For sins not our own; For sins, to us unknown.
I Love You
I loved you time and again In joy and in pain I loved you heart and soul In parts and in whole
Dead Man's Walk
I left my home today And left it for ever; Like a dead man walks to his grave To come back never.
We Walked Together
We walked together In spring and in summer Let’s walk again In winter and in rain
Our Marriage Anniversary - Nineteen Eigh...
We were tied together on this day, Nineteen eighty five, third of May, A glimpse of you on that fateful day, Made me fall in your charms’ way.
Dead Man's Walk
I left my home today
And left it for ever;
Like a dead man walks to his grave
To come back never.
The pain and agony
That you heaped on me;
I shall carry to my grave
As if it was my destiny.
Never shall I wish you harm,
Nor bear ill-will;
You will live for ever in my heart
Like a candle lit in storm.