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The Migration  

A beautiful interpretation, For sweet and lovely dreams First time when I migrated To a city of lights and glamour I left my village, dear ones Friends and customary surroundings I experienced and felt I became broken The first incident that happ...

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
26 days ago
The Exchange

In the waiting heart, God's voice, like a sound of many waters multitude of rainbows shine, as pristine sparks erupt. Sword of Spirit splits the joints and marrow, demons flee, as they plead, "Let us be. What have we to do with Thee, Son ...

by Donka Kristeva

added by donka_k
26 days ago
I Reject You

I neither knew you And nor I know you You enter my life yourself I didn't feel and see You quit and went back To your suspicious life The both decisions You made yourself That didn't bother me And will also not bother My life paper was empty, ...

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
26 days ago
In The Name Of God

O Almighty God Take out my emotions Turn off my eyes Close my ears I am powerless, compelled And tired I cannot bear any more To see the sufferings Of your created people On the blue planet The colour of love, peace And brotherhood become The p...

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
26 days ago
Weary Of Hopes

My happiness is on the journey The failures and griefs haunt my door Hopes stay and look towards the path The prayers are also in the sight Perhaps, the entirety might Become right

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
26 days ago
Such Ones

A journalist, a writer A visionary, a scholar And a spiritual one Such ones hold Lots of cards in the hands To defeat the trickery, Idiot, fool, fake and false ones The hidden and invisible subjects Execute nothing Therefore, no question, for loya...

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
26 days ago
Zion National Park

Where words end —Zion begins (Zion National Park: July, 2019)

by Kurt Philip Behm

added by Kurt Philip Behm
26 days ago
Lover

Age is just a number, since time does not exist, whether you die at 34 or live to 96. What does it matter if you find a lover who is much older, when both your lives are so short lived and you both are eternal and infinite. Better to have loved...

by J Maurer

added by WhiteKnight2020
26 days ago
Your Lover by the Sea

Your Lover by the Sea, overlooking the rocks as the waves crash the beach, I often think of you, though you don't really remember me, I tried to save you once, from the Lord's castle at Normandy. I was hired by the English Crown but the Lord at ...

by James Maurer

added by WhiteKnight2020
26 days ago
Along the Way

Salt marshes, shopping cart graveyard, Voracious mudslides suffocating tilt pour houses. Rolling steel wheels halt only long enough to view Richmond plastics: Splintered windows, ghostly shades, Gutted, burnt out interior, still recognizable by...

by Sterling Warner

added by anonymous
27 days ago
Thinking Of You

I feel, O my beloved I live in you I am within your power And surrounded By your eyes, lips And beautiful figures Of your body I am a prisoner Of your sweet, silent And true love You are my life My world My paradise Waiting for you My waiting...

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
27 days ago
It Was Not The Murder

I left all things, for you It was my devotion You left me For all things It was your decision I do not know I was right Or you were right But I know My heart went into The pieces And it was not the murder.

by Ehsan Sehgal

added by anonymous
27 days ago
The badger and the bee

The honey badger robbed the hive . The badger did not linger . The honey bee stung him bad. His stinger was a blinger .

by spike English

added by se72748
28 days ago

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