My White Rose


My white rose let me take you in my arms
Let me kiss you like real thirsty dew drop
Love has to follow declared beauty norms
Love in its intensity remains but non stop

My white rose let me kiss your all the petals
Let me taste your prime and alluring youth
Love when touches beauty create miracles
All is just falsehood only love remains truth

My sweetheart hails just from a far off land
I enjoy her image her shape and her curves
My sweetheart is grand and from her brand
Let me celebrate all your graces on my nerves

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I did Masters in English Language and Literature, LLB, Masters in Educational Administration from University of the Punjab Lahore, I also did Masters in TEFL (Applied Linguistics) and Diploma in Teaching English as an International Language under the auspices of British Council and American Center. I served in PAKISTAN ARMY as an English Instructor .I am a poet and writer. I remained Editor of Pakistan Army Journal, Pakistan Defense Review, Army Green Book and The Rising Crescent..., I published my three books in English Poetry namely Feelings, Chains of Life and Golden Glow..Poetry is my passion not profession
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