A Heavenly Smile

a poem by Naveed Khalid, Pakistan

Our good Lord's gracious muse
is most revered in high mansions,
entombed within e'ery flower upon
a barren heath,
the glories of age-old sun in dismal shades
of night-long love, be my only woe
against her looks to the lark of maiden pride;
beside the oak on eagle wings this world
of wayfarer's clime, a broccoli, beneath the bed
of crimson joy, the first frost of her falling snow
by the sweat of thy brow, a star-y velorum, of golden tress
his hair upon the sand dunes, small minions
of soring thumb impressions, oft steal this plumed hat
on knees in ruffled feathers; o'ershadowed by lone
bark of a tree, goes soaring high above the dale
in silent hours of soliloquy, some dry leaves
in autumn of thy book, has but the last scope
of days that are gone under the canopy of a hut,
the sailing boat is decked ashore
of tidal waves by the sea of veneral amores
runs in deep sorrows, twice by ransom paid;
while sitting by a firehurst, our forefathers
bedtime stories tell at clover-beach,
that darkened earth's infernal grove
unto my shipwrecked dreams still in secret
influence comment, of smokey suburbs
by the shabby island; unabashed lies mesmerized
the immeasurable glow of many a moon-lit night
hath pass'ed o'er in a twilight dream, of laurel wreath
thy myrtle crown in rosemary garden

(C) Naveed Khalid

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* Rewritten
Date Created: Monday, July 03, 2017. 3: 46 PM
Title Revised From Artificial Intelligence To A Heavenly Smile
Ver: 1: Date Created: Date Created: Friday, June 30, 2017. 4: 27 PM

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