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Khalil Gibran

(January 6, 1883 – April 10, 1931 / Bsharri)

A Lover's Call XXVII


Where are you, my beloved? Are you in that little
Paradise, watering the flowers who look upon you
As infants look upon the breast of their mothers?
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  • Philip Jose (6/22/2011 9:16:00 AM)

    i wish i could taste the sweetness of love, but from that festival of nectar, i'm an outcaste (Report) Reply

  • Sylva Portoian (5/26/2010 3:52:00 PM)

    Gibran has a Strong Soul
    That jetted from east to west
    And will continue to jet
    To clear many clouds in the Western skies
    In spite being not his mother’s tongue.

    How about if your read
    His verses of His mother’s langue…
    That will keep you sharing his soulfulness
    With Him in his phrases,
    That He filled amazingly long before
    He left the Eastern paradise. (Report) Reply

  • Brandon Martin (11/18/2009 12:18:00 PM)

    this is the most warm-hearting poem i have ever read... it's honestly just a love letter. One of my favorite poems in my life time (Report) Reply

  • Little Hatila ;) (10/14/2009 12:52:00 AM)

    such a sweet poem, full of longings....
    thank you my sweet love for letting me know about this beautiful poem, i think it was written by you to me...i love you so much...

    Hati (Report) Reply

  • Tia Maria (9/16/2009 3:41:00 AM)

    As Kahlil also said - Reason & Passion... the rudder & sails of seafaring soul... so...
    Sail your smile into the air; it will reach and enliven me!
    Breathe your fragrance into the air; it will sustain me!
    Where are you, me beloved?
    Oh, how great is Love!
    And how little am I! (Report) Reply

  • Tiny Dancer (2/3/2009 9:29:00 AM)

    This one is my favorite. I have found three of his books so far and they spell his name Kahlil Gibran instead of Khalil Gibran. I wasn't really into poetry until I discovered Gibran's writings. Now I'm in love and becoming quickly addicted. (Report) Reply

  • Rosma Majeed (12/21/2006 8:09:00 PM)

    This poem really touched my feeling for I do love someone and I am very sure he loves me too just that I know he will never admit it. (Report) Reply

  • Anna Kelly (12/12/2006 7:44:00 AM)

    This poem truly touched my soul and gave me goosebumps. Ahh, such bitter-sweet yearning... (Report) Reply

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