Shahida Latif

Shahida Latif Poems

41. Tales Of Sleepless Nights 4/13/2009
42. We Live And Die Alone 4/13/2009
43. While Flying To London 4/13/2009
44. I Ask Someone To Resolve 4/13/2009
45. On The High Pedestal 4/28/2009
46. The Recognition 4/28/2009
47. In The Multitude Of London 4/28/2009
48. The Tears 8/3/2006
49. A Question 8/3/2006
50. Desertedness Groans 8/3/2006
51. Man Versus Satan 8/6/2006
52. Mother 8/8/2006
53. The Rise And Fall 8/8/2006
54. At The Gate Of A Hospital 8/6/2006
55. Do Something Sensible 8/4/2006
56. The Calamities 8/3/2006
57. The Fifth Season 8/3/2006
Best Poem of Shahida Latif

The Fifth Season

Though the world is hazy obscure,
Smoke envelops its spheres,
Humanity grapple, wrestle for minor causes,
Blinded by the ghosts of impatience,
Intolerance has pushed into the marshes,
Yet I see the world glaring gorgeous,
The gentle winds bring flakes of white clouds,
The first shower emits the smell of earthen scent,
The fresh flowers bloom at each moment,
And with their brave colours,
Make the world magical enchanting,
The sweet melodies of the birds,
Come through the porches of the ears,
Trickling founts produce silvery chink,
The ...

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An Evident Soul

I am not confound and confused,
Like any arguing philosopher,
Or calculating mathematician,
For I can observe with vivid vision,
An evident soul hiding, concealing,
In layers of the colours, and fragrance,
Enveloping the whole scheme,
Manifesting in countless forms,
But living behind in unique singularity.

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