Through The Fall Of Night From The Rise Of Sun

Poem By Muhammad Khalid

Bias of a 'shut and enter' to both,
I admit in nigh night I showed a loath:
'a harmony in a peace of better a day,
and be a smile though a luck to play.
A dream of 'what' and a coast to still,
to be honor and fold the bills;
i so shall o reap younger sprouts'
nigh to dreams I sleep no doubt!
The stars at a glance now appears to a pride of sun,
these dreams 'solitary' make day makes my fun.
'No worry the day I'll grow the mounts;
to shake the world and to my endless counts,
in peace to all my pleasure is borne:
wow! what amazing in thoughts of horns.
This people's heads should into shying drown,
oh! if my treasure, I'm only in this town'
and the sun loses its war and moon rise his throne,
no matter i shall see it's my groan.
Once again the stars twinkling in pride:
make this blossoms in a to-morrow hide.

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