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Abdul Wahab


Does the sinner contained by the sin?


The urge in you to get the non-gettable
Is not new, it is old since the time
Of the creation, creator is no where
In his creation as this is not a dream
That from it a dreamer is inseparable
Poetry does not contain the poet, he
Pours his emotion and simply walk off
Sighing, every one would have got his
Or her creator if we found the painter in his
Painting as we find a dancer in flesh
And blood in his or her art, dancing

This is utterly blasphemous to claim
By a creation that its creator mingles
Within as it is disgraceful to say that
The sinner is contained by the sin,

Submitted: Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 12, 2013

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