Crushed and Alone I find my serenity In the fields You own, Weary and Vexed I search for repose In Your riverbeds, Gloomy and Depressed Your winds make me Catch my breaths, Blissful and Content I am nature’s descent! © 2017 Soiba Tahir Advertisements
My beloved granny! This is a petty Token of love, I pray that angels Deliver it to you, Today I saw a little girl Helping her granny walk with her The mere sight made me cry Jogged all the memories In the blink of an eye, Remember, When we used to walk like that And… Continue reading Lost Warmth
He sobs And stares At his father’s grave, “You were right pop! At all times About everything Especially, About being a father! Now I comprehend What’s it like, To be a parent To a child like me!” © 2017 Soiba Tahir
You came I started living I found myself Now that you’ve taught me How to get up myself, You believe your job here is done! Don’t leave me hanging like this Don’t leave me on my own Else, I’ll come back to where I started from… I need you dearest brother! I need my side-kick!… Continue reading Here comes the fall
The mornings, When they would see each other Smile at each other Talk without talking Those delightful mornings… The summers, When they would just laugh The rest meant nothing Whilst one relished their moment The other just ogled and fantasized Those exquisite summers… The evenings, When they would savour their favourite meal And get lost… Continue reading Memoirs
There he was Testing her endurance afresh Like he always did He succeeded, And she failed her conscience again That’s how susceptible she was!
I deeply want to express my gratitude to Aquib Khan (https://aquibview.wordpress.com/) for helping me write this piece. Aquib, thank you so much for empathizing and adding stanzas 2 and 3 to the poem. I admire the way you described and linked them beautifully to the first one. I accept this contribution with a big smile… Continue reading Sky