Treasure Island

Afzal Shauq

(Somewhere in the world of dreams)

CONFUSION OF LOVE


You love me
There's no doubt
But it's love
That keeps me wondering

For in love
there is no fairness.

So many...
are the rules.
So many...
are the ways.

And always
one keeps questioning.

Is their love
as desired...
Is their love
as expressed...

Love's problem
no clarity...
Always lost
amid the confusion.
_____
Poem In Pashto By: Afzal Shauq
Translated in English By: Alley Boling
Book: 'TWIST OF FATES' Poem No.95/Page.134
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Poet's weblog: www.tolafghan.com/members/afzalshauq
© Afzal Shauq

Submitted: Saturday, May 09, 2009
Edited: Saturday, May 09, 2009

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