Treasure Island

Jahan zaib

(February 05,1981 / Malakand Pakistan)

Come To Me Once More


Dark as a night
When moon had spent
Her days twenty nine
My life without you.

Come to me then
Lighten my burdens
Illuminate all my darks
Make my nights
Lit with moon full
You are my moon
You my light

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 07, 2013

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  • Payal Parande (5/9/2013 6:00:00 AM)

    how flattering and sweet, this poem shows the deep love you have toward this person, an amazing piece indeed (Report) Reply

  • Farah Ilyas (5/7/2013 8:57:00 AM)

    once again, a poem full of sigh ness written by a poet Jahan zaib...fully emotional poem has a desire & craving for her beloved to be come back...hmmmm once again your poem has made me sad...: -(
    great.... (Report) Reply

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