Waseem A Malla

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Waseem A Malla belongs to a picturesque hamlet - Radbug, - in Kashmir. He has made attempts with different genres of poetry in English & Urdu, and gets inspired by the works of Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib, Mewlana Jalalud Din Rumi, Agha Shahid Ali, Parveen Shakir and Ahmad Faraz. Superficially romantic in nature, his poems depict a thrust on mystical elements, with a representation of Asian ... more »

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  • Atri Majumder (3/11/2013 2:02:00 AM)

    excellent poems, vivid imagery, good use of similes...keep it up

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Piper Of The Holy Land: Kashmir

Far away in an unknown corner,
God has carved with His own hand,
Valleys that sink and mountains that do tower,
Kashmir: a holy, spiritual and a sacred land;

They say that a long time ago,
Housing the forest, the snake and the viper,
The mountains: the abode of snow,
Asked the God to send a piper;

To relieve the mountains of their inmates,
As it was a burden too heavy to bear,
That is, the snow, the dweller of the heights,
Thus God decided in the mountains' favor;

The piper was sent down to this land,
Speaking the nature's all ...

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