Abdul Wahab


>>The Bud


Thousand possibilities
Astonishing and astounding
As in the little drop of rain
Bound together tight
In between little wings
Of dreams and hopes
Gems of beauty and truth are kept secret
Like in the stomach of oceanic shell

In the clear and cloudless sky
The little dancing stars
Of wishes and desires
drop few drops of dew
To quench my thirst


While the roads cry
In this awkward world of avoidance
For the sound of foot steps of a friend
Time, most trusted lover
Was passing by
As a traveller
Untied my wings
Wonder of wonder
The most magical healer
I relieve from the pain of negligence
When I bloom into a flower

Submitted: Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Edited: Saturday, May 18, 2013

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  • Wahab Abdul (11/4/2013 2:30:00 PM)

    Marie Shine An exquisite metaphoric gem, inked with proficiency and studded with excellent, vivid, visual detail. A joy and a delight to read. Thank you for sharing Abdul. Wish you a very Happy Diwali with brightest Blessings...
    November 14,2012 at 12: 01am · Like · 1 (Report) Reply

  • Wahab Abdul (7/3/2013 12:37:00 PM)

    these comments were put on my Notes on facebook..................................The Bud
    By Abdul Wahab · Tuesday, November 13,2012
    Thousand possibilities

    Astonishing and astounding

    As in the little drop of rain


    Bound together tight
    In between little wings
    Of dreams and hopes
    Gems of beauty and truth are kept secret
    Like in the stomach of oceanic shell

    In the clear and cloudless sky
    The little dancing stars
    Of wishes and desires
    Drop few drops of dew
    To quench my thirst


    While the roads are crying
    In this awkward world of avoidance
    For the sound of foot steps of a friend
    Time, most trusted lover
    Was passing by
    As a traveller
    Untied my wings
    Wonder of wonder
    The most magical healer
    I relieve from the pain of negligence
    When I bloom into a flower
    Like ·
    Tribhawan Kaul, Abdul Wahab, Jen Walls and 8 others like this.
    3 shares

    Jen Walls Really beautiful, transformative and emergent! This is very well written and only suggest correcting first line to darker font. Lovely!
    November 13,2012 at 11: 52pm · Like · 1

    Marie Shine An exquisite metaphoric gem, inked with proficiency and studded with excellent, vivid, visual detail. A joy and a delight to read. Thank you for sharing Abdul. Wish you a very Happy Diwali with brightest Blessings...
    November 14,2012 at 12: 01am · Like · 1

    Abdul Wahab wow! thank you my lovely sis Jen Walls fr yr lovely comment and i shall the first line darker.......thanks again...
    November 14,2012 at 12: 02am · Like · 1

    Abdul Wahab wow, and great comment my well-wisher friend Marie Shine and i am very happy to make glad by this little piece thank you very much....1000 times...
    November 14,2012 at 12: 07am · Like · 2

    Marie Shine Thank you, Abdul. You are MOST welcome. Your beautiful poetry comes from the heart, the mind, the soul of a Master Craftsman. Bless you always...
    November 14,2012 at 12: 10am · Like · 2

    Abdul Wahab give you again a warm thanks from thousand km away my dear friend Marie Shine.....
    November 14,2012 at 12: 22am · Like · 2

    Abdul Wahab thank you very much my sis Shahzia Batool fr fr creative comment...
    November 14,2012 at 1: 00am · Like · 2

    Marie Shine I return a warm 'welcome' from thousand km away to you also, dear Abdul, with Blessings and greetings for a very Happy Diwali to you...
    November 14,2012 at 1: 06am · Like · 1

    Michele Baron a collection of dew drops and dreams... blooming nicely into poetry. Thank you for the tag, Abdul Wahab
    November 14,2012 at 2: 25am · Like · 1

    James F. Cunningham This is my favorite one of your so far. Truly a beautiful piece of poetry my friend! I loved every word
    November 14,2012 at 4: 53am · Like · 2

    Malkeet Kaur Beautiful!
    November 14,2012 at 5: 15am via mobile · Like · 1

    Malkeet Kaur Sir, this is a great write: -) : -)
    November 14,2012 at 5: 16am via mobile · Like · 1

    Madhumita Ghosh Beautiful poem! Thank you for the tag.
    November 14,2012 at 3: 54pm · Like · 1

    Tribhawan Kaul The central idea of this poem being ‘ the time is a great healer’. The idea is expounded metaphorically through the bud which blossoms slowly and gradually enduring the pain and anguish of unfolding ultimately blooming into a full fledged flower ready to enjoy flowering life. So goes with the humans. A beautiful philosophical poem to be absorbed
    November 14,2012 at 6: 14pm · Like · 1

    Heather Burns As a traveler, untied my wings, wonder of wonder, the most magical healer. Time is the magical healer. Gems of beauty and truth are kept secret. Beautiful words, great images Abdul.
    November 15,2012 at 5: 26am · Like

    Charles Darnell You are mastering metaphor in a such a beautiful way, Abdul.
    November 16,2012 at 3: 05am · Like (Report) Reply

  • Vipins Puthooran (6/22/2013 11:42:00 AM)

    I relieve from the pain of negligence
    When I bloom into a flower////

    It's one of the beautiful lines I've read recently....100/100 (Report) Reply

  • Heather Wilkins (6/1/2013 6:23:00 PM)

    in the clear and cloudless sky the little dancing stars of wishes and desires drop few drops of dew to quench my thirst. a lovely quote. Love it (Report) Reply

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