Read the following touching and heart-felt poem by Misbah. Here is the link:
Thank you for your moving and heart-tearing poetry that I really loved to read. The fact that you were inspired to write it by a Urdu/Hindi poetic verse written by an anonymous poet makes it more mysterious and alluring. Gratitude for the enchanting share.
Beautifully expressed poem, and well thought of.
As far as I know, these lines are by Sahir Ludhianvi, and part of a song, sung by Talat Mahmood, from an old Hindi movie.
How lyrics and music matches our mood at a particular moment, is really amazing.
Thank you for sharing this wonderful article.
Thank you Rosina for highlighting this in the forum.
Best Wishes to both of you for the week ahead.
Di, thank you so much for your thoughtful and kind response. I've never heard the song, but I first heard these lines in SRK's film 'Dar' when I was a teenager. I've always loved these lines since I was a teenager. Yesterday, while preparing iftar, these lines came to my mind, and I decided to write something about it. I am glad you enjoyed it. Thank you so much for enlightening me about the song's lyricist and singer. Much Gratitude!
Take care and stay healthy.
Many Blessings and Love as always!!
Rosina, thank you so much for your sweet words and for sharing. Your kindness is greatly appreciated, dear friend. I am glad you enjoyed it.
Take care and keep smiling. As you fast and offer prayers to Allah, may you find your peace and happiness. Have a peaceful and happy Ramadan.
Blessings and Lots of Love
Wonderful Misbah.The lines and the words are really touching to the heart nand conveyed deep meanings.I believe these lyrics were also sung by a famous Bollywood old singer in the 1950s I believe.Thanks for bringing back wonderful memories
Ravi, thank you so much for your kind and generous comment. Wow, 1950s. That truly amazed me. It's incredible that the lyrics have survived for seven decades and have been passed down from generations to generations. I first heard these lines in SRK's film 'Darr' about 15 years ago. I've always admired these lines from that time. In my opinion, these lines are both beautiful and profound. Thank you so much for sharing this information with me.
Take care and stay healthy
Sending Blessings to you!!
This is sad, heart breaking but well-written poem Misbah. You wrote a very good poem inspired by that simple verse. I enjoyed reading it. Love and blessings for the week ahead.
Thank you for posting Misbah's poem Rosina. I pray you will have a wonderful week ahead also.
That quote by C.S. Lewis at the end is so true. What you wrote is also true, Misbah. Poems can be taken literally, or understood between the lines. Thanks Rosina for sharing this piece by Misbah.
Peggy, I'm glad you liked the poem and C.S. Lewis' quote. Thank you very much for your beautiful comment. I'm delighted you agreed with the quote and what I wrote.
Take care and keep smiling.
Sending you many Blessings and lots of love!!
Your poem is very moving, Misbah, especially the thought of tear's ink and paper that cries. The imagery and ideas in the poem are important.
This was very touching Misbah, inspired by beautiful lyrics. Blessings.
What a wonderful & insightful poem.
Some of do read between the lines, but none of us truly know the pain one endures or the tears that flow while the pen creates its work.
Your poems express the pain of living with a psychopath very clearly. They are written in a fashion that allows you to feel her pain, Misbah. You are a very talented poet. Love and many blessings!
Thank you for posting Misbah's article Rosina.
by John Hansen 11 months ago
Please read Misbah’s delightful poem based on a Rumi quote.https://hubpages.com/literature/Its-all … -all-of-itMisbah, you have done a wonderful job expanding he quote by Rumi into this poem. It is a pleasure read.
by Ravi Rajan 11 months ago
Please read Misbah's beautiful poem "Bury Them in the Depths of the Earth".This poem talks about life in general from a viewpoint of a person who is a bit frustrated and tired with life and has tried to portray her emotions in the shape of a beautiful poem. Thanks for this intense imagery...
by John Hansen 11 months ago
Please read Misbah’s heartfelt surrender and plea to God. https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … -SurrenderMisbah, you have grown so much as a writer. Your work just gets better and better, and is always full of feeling and emotion. Great job. Blessings always.
by Pamela Oglesby 8 months ago
Take the time to read Misbah beautiful poem.https://hubpages.com/literature/Life-a- … ork-of-art
by Rosina S Khan 11 months ago
Read the poetry by Misbah where she says clouds cradle our fantasies but it goes much deeper than that. Here is the link:https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … No-BordersHi Misbah,Wonderful poetry about clouds and fantasies. Yes, we all have dreams but not all of them come to surpass. The...
by Rosina S Khan 10 months ago
Misbah writes three intriguing poems depicting a woman in love with a psychopath and how devastating it can be leading to suicidal thoughts. Read her fabulous poetry from the following link:https://discover.hubpages.com/literatur … l-To-DeathHi Misbah,Thank you for this write-up. I learned...
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