Friday, July 30, 2010

The Wailing Lover


No pean the wailing lover sings of him or his love;
No poem he writes on the joyous dove.
Its the jeremiad in which he gains some relief;
He wishes to express his grief.
He sojourned in her heart like a rose in the spring garden; and sought the pleasures of being loved like a fresh sardine.
No one to give solace,
Not even a moment of grace.
He takes solitary steps to the lonely path;
Before he is given the holy bath.
The somatic love ended in the blink of an eye and now he stands with the mead thinking of his jejune creed.

3 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful piece of work Ams:) very soothing, Prime example of poetic justice.

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  2. Wow! "Somatic love ended……" its beautiful :)

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  3. Good job... very nice, its Zeeshan by the way :)

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Friday, July 30, 2010

The Wailing Lover


No pean the wailing lover sings of him or his love;
No poem he writes on the joyous dove.
Its the jeremiad in which he gains some relief;
He wishes to express his grief.
He sojourned in her heart like a rose in the spring garden; and sought the pleasures of being loved like a fresh sardine.
No one to give solace,
Not even a moment of grace.
He takes solitary steps to the lonely path;
Before he is given the holy bath.
The somatic love ended in the blink of an eye and now he stands with the mead thinking of his jejune creed.

3 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful piece of work Ams:) very soothing, Prime example of poetic justice.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Wow! "Somatic love ended……" its beautiful :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. Good job... very nice, its Zeeshan by the way :)

    ReplyDelete

Thanks a bunch to all the readers and comment writers!!

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