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Misunderstood
(Nov 19,1978 / Pakistan)

Misunderstood

Poem By Dr Kamran Haider Bukhari

When I whisper your name
So serene and pure,
When I bow my mortal head
And kiss your divine feet,
When I sleep profoundly in your motherly lap
And fly to the unknown skies of tranquil joy;
When I adore you
And caress your dusky hair,
When I lick the barren soil
Of your fertile land,
When I wet your lips
With the tears of my naïve desire,
When my cheeks lie all over
Your naked breast:
I write a story of our eternal love
With my fragile tongue and smoky lips
On each pixel of your feverish skin,
But
When my tender words reach your patent heart,
Dig the burrows in your superficial mind
And pierce your shallow soul,
I receive an Alert:
Talk in a simple lingo!
You are MISUNDERSTOOD -


Dec 10,2008

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dear kamran...beautiful... true to the core.... please read my poem 'nobody' 10 votes
Good imagery. Nicely woven, skillful poetry.....10
very nice and expressive poem.
This is Great i love the flow to it.. Great work ~Krista~
Wow Dr Sahib.... There are many cures of sickness but threr sint no cure for love... well written brother 10/10


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