ashfaq bakali


Sonia My Sonia Poem by ashfaq bakali


Every now and then this thought comes into my mind
That you were made for me only
You were living far away with the stars in the sky
And you were sent to this earth just for me
We know each other for centuries, we were together then
Remember, we used to gaze in the blue sky
sitting hand in hand with your head resting on my shoulder
and you smiled when i smiled this was to be
I plucked the flowers from the garden of bliss
And adorned on your silky hair
And gazed into those magical eyes
Where my heaven belonged and I could see
The roses of the garden tucked up to see your glimpse
and threw petals on you to welcome you
and the sky bent down to offer you comfort
for they knew that my beloved was walking free
Sonia you are one in a million; like the shining star
And my heart gets its beats from you
I need to quench my thirst with your lips
And my hunger with your beauty
Don’t hug me Sonia, please
For it only makes me want to never let you go
I am so glad that you are here for me so I know
How beautiful my world is with you near me

Submitted: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Edited: Thursday, June 27, 2013

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This is a love poem

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