”I sojourn in your vibrant world, Mr. Ahmed Of dulcet melodies and wafting aromas The paintings adorning your house forlorn Are as soothing as the breezes of the morn I met your mates, your benevolent friends Savoured their enchanted, beguiling tales I relish dancing in e’ery drizzle, e’ery rain Yet your rues quiver in my bosom in pain My eyes blur in the glum lengthy nights But gleam merrily in the sunlight again I stay at your land in deep bliss and glee How do you grace each spot so prettily?”
”Welcome to my wonderland, Ms. Susane Of colours embellish’d with mellow melodies And balmy gardens of blue roses so redolent That spellbind one with their sweet scent I grace my land with butterflies that dance In the widest garden, where I solely dwell I summon my fellows when I need them And they sing with me my heartfelt anthem The tourists do fancy my world, and I Garnish my land with their precious praises Thank you for your compliment, dear guest Savour your visit here, be merry and rest”
I was born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. I started writing at the age of 11. I am a passionate poet and I use the power of my heart and my imaginations to write poems. I've been writing poetry for five years. I initially wrote free-verse poetry but I was inspired by William Wordsworth's poems and then I switched to rhythmic poetry. I am a poet of emotions and sentimentality. I embellish my thoughts and ideas by adding several metaphors, idioms, and similes. In 2013, I participated in an inter-school poetry competition in which I was awarded the first prize. I'm hoping to publish a book which compiles up all my poems, called ''Farhanite''. In my opinion, being a poet is like living in a world of dreams and inner visualizations, that you turn into words adorned by beautiful metaphors, similes, idioms, and rhymes. Poetry is a tool that completely changes your personality, your style, your ambitions, and in short, you.
They talked regularly on the phone, They just can’t stay at their home They decided to take a step forward, And finally, they met afterward, When their eyes finally met, The time around them slept, When he spoke his first