Sahil Raza Poems

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An Elegy On My Grandmother
O wild winds, where do you rush?
Pause for a moment, be a thing to trust.
I am alone here, lamenting on my fate,
In this world of grief, trapped as if in a net.

Convey my prayer to the almighty,
To quench the thirst of a thirsty.
From a world full of light,
But not a particle to reflect as every . . .
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Trembling Pillars
I reach the seventh cloud of delight, my love,
I get a glimpse of you whenever.
There's no wrong in Keats' saying,
'A thing of beauty is a joy forever'.

My poetry is not enough to define your beauty,
But you appear to me as an angel of heaven.
I swear there is none other like you,
Your presence . . .
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