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#Poetry ‘Frozen Love’ by Fiza Pathan

February 15, 2014

Frozen Love

By Fiza Pathan

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Ask the cold winds of the night

What they want with me?

They dampen the earth with icy dew

And they sprinkle a chill over ones arms.

Cold are the instances

Of a one-sided love affair.

Freeze the winds of frost that throw

Hailstones from their abode in heaven.

Please what can I do if my lover

Is inhumanly cold to my longing gazes?

What can I ask the freezing breeze

From the dark blue sky to do

But envelope me in its cold embrace?

Mix my congealed blood

With the snow that falls over my eyelashes.

The snow is virgin white

That showers itself

Covering the earth in an unblemished gown

For a marriage ceremony.

The night is icy, the waters are frozen

And my heart is still beating to the pelting of hailstones

On the roof of my broken dreams.

Sleet chills the bone to solid ice

And my tears melt within my eyes quietly.

So like an aimless lover of winter

I walk uncovered to the ferocity of the weather.

Only the snow so white and clean

Covers me and my dark world

Of shadows and nightmares.

The glaciers are melting

And the breast of the polar bird is frigid.

I’ll ink my glazed thoughts upon a sheet of ice

Where the marine life lays unfrozen

Till the break of a much wanted summer.

Copyright © 2014 by Fiza Pathan

Image courtesy:

Bridge.jpgBy wintersixfour

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