Sibghatullah Khan

Rookie - 316 Points (Pakistan)

Sibghatullah Khan Poems

1. Standing Winters 3/7/2012
2. A Private Feast 3/10/2012
3. Dying Is But Going Off-Line 3/14/2012
4. Thinking Of My Bucket List 3/24/2012
5. On Seeing Daffodils 3/28/2012
6. The Wolf And The Lamb In 2012 4/11/2012
7. Freud's Narcissus 4/26/2012
8. The Lizard 4/29/2012
9. Love Plays Its Miracles 9/16/2012
10. Deconstruction 9/16/2012
11. Death Tropes 9/16/2012
12. Trained To Betray 9/24/2012
13. A Sister's Song 10/9/2012
14. God Makes Good Things 10/11/2012
15. Teacher 10/20/2012
16. A Bystander 9/2/2014
17. It Was Very Safe But An Unlikely Place 11/14/2014
18. Disturbance 3/22/2017
19. As I Went Sorting Myself Out 3/23/2017
20. Instant Portrait 3/23/2017
21. Poems Lay Scattered In The City Lanscape 3/23/2017
22. Teaching In The Dark 3/23/2017
23. A Suicide 3/23/2017
24. Trees In The Traffic Island 4/11/2018
25. Then And Now 4/11/2018
26. Just A Sunrise And Those Birds Flying 3/7/2012
27. Time And Life 9/15/2012
28. I Am The Old Man 3/8/2012
29. Making It 7/28/2014
30. On Signing Up For A Phd 3/23/2017
31. The First Spring Rain 3/19/2012

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Best Poem of Sibghatullah Khan

The First Spring Rain

As I sit reading in my room, I hear
the first Spring rain thumping the Earth.
Since I cannot concentrate, I rush
out on my roofed terrace and see
multiple, muscular, liquid verticals
lustily fall on Earth that lies supine
with all its pores agape. Rain drops,
strong and uncouth, ruffle Earth's chest,
and worm into her crevices and hollows.
She swells up and swallows all that comes
from a thundering Sky. We'll soon watch Earth
loosen her large Pelvis for a Glorious Birth.

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The First Spring Rain

As I sit reading in my room, I hear
the first Spring rain thumping the Earth.
Since I cannot concentrate, I rush
out on my roofed terrace and see
multiple, muscular, liquid verticals
lustily fall on Earth that lies supine
with all its pores agape. Rain drops,
strong and uncouth, ruffle Earth's chest,
and worm into her crevices and hollows.

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