Discourses I 'still In Discourse'

Poem By Sadiqullah Khan

And do you have
The same love for me
Or not
I see you distant
The One and the Intelligible
The warring body and soul
The created and the creator
Are still in discourse
31/3/2009

Comments about Discourses I 'still In Discourse'

yes; since creation...good piece...good poetic value inside...10
A never ending discourse, yes.
lovely poem dear sadiq -10 anjali
Only the passion can respond in resolute to this interaction of Heart & Soul. Outstanding work....eloquent penning..... FjR '09
it's a never ending discourse, doc...


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