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An enthusiastic writer studying at Lahore College for Women University

Submitted Poems 5 total

I still wait for thee

It's easy for you
To move on fast
And leave behind
The precious memories
That we both shared
But you never cared
You moved on thinking
I was a wrong choice
And hoping in mind
To find someone splendid
But I downhearted
Still wait for you

by Rabana Akhtar

added 4 months ago
When I will cease to be

When I will cease to be
What difference would it make to thee?
Just three days of mourn
Then the melancholy would be gone
Few drops of tears for me
Then you will continue your symphony

My lovers will find new love
No more letters with...

by Rabana Akhtar

added 4 months ago
Caged Femininity

I want to touch the sun
But its a long long run

The shackles in my feet
While people find it elite

Restricts me from flying
Since childhood I'm trying

They say I will bloom
But it only brings gloom

I cannot dance, nor can I swirl

by Rabana Akhtar

added 4 months ago
Just a favour

I do not demand
Your presence for days
Nor for hours
Just a sight
Bless my eyes
With your smile
Fill me,
With ecstasy and remove-
The pain

I do not demand
Long sentences of love
Nor of praise
Just a smile
Bless my solitude
With your...

by Rabana Akhtar

added 6 months ago

The moon is sad and so am I
My heart is wretched which can't I deny

I peek through the window in the dark doomed holt
And then at my heart that all the dejection behold

I am waiting and waiting but there is none
This melancholy inflicts a...

by Rabana Akhtar

added 6 months ago

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