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Thy Autumn

What shall I call you
when you will weep
in the sleep of shedding autumn.
With these pink nails
you will scrape old skin,
And a drowsy behind you
will call then,
''still I witness thy charm
nothing autumn can prove''.
Then you will blush
eyelids down to earth
you will hold words
beneath thy breath...
I shall keep saying
the praising phrases
while my bizarre heart
will be melting Toor
and my eyes, the infant's walk.
During this jiffy
the autumn will ruin
and the snowman will freeze.

About this poem

Poet tells what he will be murmuring of his beloved when they will be old. He reminds how she was and he still loves her same as in her charming days.

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Written on June 07, 2021

Submitted by peerburhan20 on July 07, 2021

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Burhan is a young poet and short story writer from Kashmir. His various works have been published in various journals and magzines like ILA magzine, Kashmir Canvas etc. Poet is also an co-author of many renowned anthologies. Burhan loves to write mystics, longing, realism, love and pain.He is currently working on his debut Poetry collection and a novel. more…

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  • S.Zaynab.Kamoonpury
    A superb poem, you express superbly wow. Kudos. Plz do read and comment my first poem , im a newbie here but I've been writing for ages elsewhere.
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