Expatriate



Something abroad, confinement soul Lack of endearment in this planet, Setting mind to departure from whole Situation but it is another illusion, The wealth charm not let me go Heart are desiring for both but how have both celebrations in the same Moment, my boat is drown Solow Sun rising the east and sunset to west due to work hard there no wits rest /Work, work and work seems this is My aim of life but my own joys burst
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Zafar Iqbal

Poem writing is my hobby though English is not my mother tongue but am love to write in English to convey my feelings with whole world. here is my message for entire world peoples. Hatred could never win over the world; it is love which can conquer the stone-hearted opponents. This world can be turned into paradise with peace and love, for love begets love. more…

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