Amina hareed


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The winds inspired, stating dreams
The clouds suggested hopes for future
I sighed for relief encouraging inner pain,
Surrounding led me to heights
Victim of fear straightened the path
Injuries cleared hatred
Hands perfected oneness
Soul stood still questioning weakness
Closeness drifted me from my shadow
Hatred filled my dreams
Become victim of attachment
Loss stated my cowardness, i felt, it touched
Paths took longer, separation became impossible taking U-turn
Mistakes were complimented
I was pushed to the possibe
Turning blind to the fact
Just to realise victim of attachment

Submitted: Sunday, March 09, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 10, 2014

Topic(s): love


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