sallam yassin

(05/06/1968 / Hargeisa, Somaliland)

Harmony of HB in HP


Beyond the seen
At your screen
Two hearts at two opposed
Shores
Their states; different
Too
Their ages
Their days
In conflict
Nights too
(No one in same mode)
Seasons and sales for them
Upside down
Where one is shading hiding from the sun
Of summer
While the other shaking
In lap of winter
Although in the poetry sea
Of passion
Both, they share
Their adore
For the wise words of souls
Easily and bit by bit
They had sipping
Chocolate coated verses
With The drug of love
And they became addict
To the sweetness of love
And the two hearts
Once they share
One love
They share
One smile
In four lips
One drop of tear
In their eyes
The dream of their nights
And morning shines of their sun
As one solo of one heart
Song
Everything became one
At the shores of their love
Solidarity as one soul
Harmony in
Two hearts share
one heart beat

Submitted: Friday, June 28, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 29, 2013

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  • Farah Ilyas (6/29/2013 1:08:00 PM)

    If i am not wrong in assumption,
    here HB stands for human brotherhood & HP stands for harmony poetry...isn't it?
    Yeap quite agree with you here parched one get nourishment & relish of mind..
    Excellent poem (Report) Reply

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