You can feel me there,
My vibes dwell,
deep in your heart,
Dwelled to heal your wounds,
Dwelled in search of your pain,
The pain; that makes you cry,
with the veiled flow of verve,
The wounds; that yank your soul,
Into the tricks of death,
My eyes can witness your face,
Your beauty is a memory of mine, But, ah!
It is no longer elated nonce, It is no longer,
sparkling with that grace,
the upset tales of your forlorn,
Is at the murmur of your eyes,
That hooks me in the shrieks,
that pierces the chambers of my heart,
Tell me! How to endure this pain?
It is killing me here,
By burning up all the patience,
By crumbling the flare of mine.
Ah! I wish for the seasons,
unruffled, When I live in your heart,
Free of these pains,
with all the wounds healed,
With all the scars gone.
Peerzada Syed Dawif, (19) a young poet hailing from a small hamlet of peernar noorpora of Kashmir's sub-division tral. The passion of poetry writing in him started blooming long ago when he was in his early age. Despite being a science student, this passion always embraced the nib of his pen. He is enthusiastic and passionate to the world of poetry. The poet is deeply nature loving and one could witness it from his different poems written about the natural healings, also Kashmir and the stories of Kashmir has been the prime topic of his writings.