My Beloved Foe

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
The poem is written on the Urdu Ghazal pattern. It describes a lover that seeks the assistance and love of his beloved who is trying to betray him. But at last the lover claims to forget his beloved and becomes satisfied.

Submitted: July 25, 2017

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Submitted: July 25, 2017



I want to write something new,

But I have the collection of words a few.

The water of the sea’s colorless;

Standing on shore, a man surmises it’s blue.

A broken heart can be repaired

But not with the help of glue.

Love for love: your saying,

With please, please! Accomplish your vow!

My smile is artificial,

Try to learn a Man’s woe!

Eyes, to behold the general world,

Solely, merely, you’re my heart’s clue.

You and me are one

One breath, why hearts are two?

You were walking on the weed;

There were my tears in the shape of Dew.

Grateful to God who blessed me with courage,

I have forgotten my Beloved Foe.

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