A Grand Poem

A Grand Poem short poem

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“I love you like a grand poem.”
Like a poem that reflects the beauty of night
In the arms of a sleeping lover
Through his content breath
Into the sweet scent of satisfaction

“I Love you like a grand poem.”
A poem that reflects the beauty of a day
Under a silky sheet of roses
An admirer is seeking his love
And holds on to the feelings of satisfaction
With her aroma on his mind

“I love you like a grand poem.”
A poem that reflects the art of pleasure
In the midst of two bodies
That brings the joy of contentment
And as a grand poem
With amusement of its meaning
That awakens our sleepy thoughts with the lush feelings of dawn

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Shahla Latifi

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Shahla Latifi was born and raised in Kabul, Afghanistan and now she lives and writes in Florida. Her first Farsi poetry selection (Parastootah) published in 2013 and her second Farsi poetry collection (Asal Wahshi) published in 2015. Many of her poems deal with topics such as love, humanity, equality, and happiness. She began writing in her native tongue of Farsi but recently started writing in English to reach a younger generation. Shahla Latifi does not follow any particular style; mostly her poems follow this outline: 1- Free verse 2- Poem with a Refrain 3- Narrative Poem She does not have one particular theme present in all her work; rather she has several that are common in her work. These include love, nature, humanity and universal peace.
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