Sunday, February 20, 2011

The Song of Eternity

In the temple of her mind, every thought of him
Is a sacred testament reflecting her Love’s divinity
In the heart of her soul that lies battered and disfigured
Lives a passion longing for Eternity
In the blissful extensions that cover her face
One can see the trails of tears so vividly
The tears that were neither wept nor cried
The tears that were hold in her Love’s sanctity
In the sullen and vexed gaze of her eyes
One can trace the unwritten history
Of the jumbled letters that were never worded or uttered
Of the vague and wispy mystery
In the song of her soul or her life’s choir
One can hear solemn notes of agony
The song that could now only be played by him
The song of Eternity…….

The above posted poem is dedicated to my eternal love, Sarfaraz Ali. Moreover, the music being played in the background is one of Yanni's masterpieces.


Abnormal Thinker said...

As this song is dedicated to your internal love so i don't really want to comment on that but an amazing write up as always...

J.C. Martin said...

Lovely song--and very touching poem! Well done, thanks for sending me this link!

Manohar Bhatia's Blogs said...

Sarah, a very dedicated poem of immense beauty.Keep writing more of these poems.

Manohar Bhatia.

Anonymous said...

Very profound & the music compliments the poetry

Sherry Blue Sky said...

This is very beautiful. I especially love "In the song of her soul or her life's choir, one can hear solemn notes of agony." There is pain in this poem, and much beauty.

LORENZO said...

Great idea to use the movie maker with the music. Brings out the mood & tone of your writing. May wish to make the words flow a bit more naturally as the reader finds himself waiting for the next line. Wishing you the best- thanks for sharing!

-Faisal- said...

Great ..

Huck Towel said...

Another great article. I like that you are very honest and direct to the point.

Ghareer said...

excelent peice of writing :)

Zoltana of the Desert said...

This piece brought tears to my eyes. It is a song. It has a lyrical flow when I read it. Just beautiful.

Hairyman said...

The music isn't playing for some reason.
But this is the kind of read I would love to experience at the end of a really tiring day.
It just completed it!
Brilliant stuff :)

Anonymous said...

just so happens that i'm a huge yanni fan. profound choice of words.

Shazia Khan said...

IT seems that your eternal love have passed and you miss him too much.