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Read Poems by Ayesha Tariq

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Shattered soul; broken wits
Dreamy eyes , a whole world within
Through them explore a galaxy of stars
The shimmering castles of heaven though so far
The raging fires of hell, the burning souls
The evil temptations of the people who in this world play foul

The miseries of the starved, the joys of the poor go wealthy
The anxiety of the lovers apart , the sorrow of the dead
The mirth of reunion, the weakness of the sick and unhealthy
The tension of exam candidates, the delights of the newly wed

The torture of betrayal, the ignominy of insult
The wrath of the enraged, the feeling of infatuation
The misery of the desperate, the wounded feelings of the hurt
The astonishment of being put in an unexpected situation

Pause as I should, now to conclude
Go on like this I could forever
For to these things there is no end
Good- bye for now, hope you enjoyed my dear friends

Copyright © Ayesha Tariq | Year Posted 2006


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  1. Date: 3/17/2016 1:13:00 AM

    A.T, Enjoyed the way you expressed every line. Please keep writing and sharing you're poetry. LOVE LINDA
  1. Date: 1/14/2016 10:45:00 PM

    Ayesha, Awesome write, I really like this. Forever ** SKAT **