Shahida Latif

Shahida Latif Poems

41. While Flying To London 4/13/2009
42. On The High Pedestal 4/28/2009
43. The Recognition 4/28/2009
44. In The Multitude Of London 4/28/2009
45. The Callous Statues 8/8/2006
46. 21st Century 8/8/2006
47. A Question 8/3/2006
48. Desertedness Groans 8/3/2006
49. The Rise And Fall 8/8/2006
50. At The Gate Of A Hospital 8/6/2006
51. Do Something Sensible 8/4/2006
52. The Calamities 8/3/2006
53. The Fifth Season 8/3/2006
54. I Ask Someone To Resolve 4/13/2009
55. An Untold Tale 8/8/2006
56. Child Labour 8/3/2006
57. The Tears 8/3/2006

Comments about Shahida Latif

  • Uzma Jamil (9/30/2007 1:04:00 PM)

    Your work is pleasing.Your thoughts are marvellous.Go ahead!
    Warm Wishes.
    Uzma Jamil.

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Best Poem of Shahida Latif

The Tears

Tears are pure transparent,
The molten fluid of pangs,
Of grief, of sorrows,
And strengthless helplessness;
They seek the channels,
Founting from the founts of eyes,
And falling from the falls of lashes,
Travel, flow on the soft, slippery
Continents and plains of cheeks,
Through the valleys of wrinkles,
Watering the crops of beauty,
Enriching, gleaming furrows,
Tripling, flowing mix and merge,
Into the ocean of dust.

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Child Labour

Who has handed over the iron wands,
Hammers, spanners to flowery hands?
Who has killed all the twinkling worms,
Snatching toys and dolls of fairylands?

Who knows how many sons of dream,
Go asleep, longing for milk and cream,
And motherhood with a stone of patience,
Stifles in the heart the emerging scream?

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