Heather Burns


A Beautiful Poet/Afzal Shauq


Afzal Shauq, is a beautiful
poet. His sensitivity shines
through in his thoughts and
poetry.

He grabs his readers attention,
carries them along with him
on his poetic journey.

Experiencing his emotions. This
sets him apart from other
writers

He has a kind, gentle, caring
spirit which I adore in a
person.

His inner beauty makes him
very special. Having a true
compassion for all mankind

With many books published
he is an accomplished author

Yet he remains very grounded,
and in touch with the world
around him...

Being my favorite poet, it is
my great pleasure to know him
and call him my friend.

Submitted: Thursday, June 02, 2011
Edited: Monday, September 15, 2014

Topic(s): friend


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