Poems by Syedah Maryam Iqbal

Poems by Syedah Maryam Iqbal
Clumsy Relationships
Living with you for millions of years
To seek support and blood supply,
They remain close clumsily,
Just for their own survival.
Showing you that they are very dear and near,
But actually very far and quite distant,
Within the same premises,
But actually very far and quite distant,
With the availability of an option,
Of a separate survival,
Finding another shade and blood bank,
They take milliseconds to liberate themselves,
Of your love, care and devotion,
By just negating,
Your efforts of millions of years,
By exclaiming about their captivity,
By shrieking about your exploitation,
By rejecting everything that once provided them,
with the life energy, the very source of survival.
Unite against the Schemer
Creations discriminating against creations,
Segregating the world into nations,
It is not the work of the Creator,
But that interested in being a conspirator,
Scheming against God and his creation,
To snatch away everything to make his own,
By murdering, assassinating, usurping, panicking or assaulting,
Whatever and whoever comes in his way, is maliciously blown.
We, all have to understand this devious design,
And unite against the schemer and come in line,
As world’s sustenance depends on us.
We should break our masked connections with the schemer,
And should realize our statuses as delegates of the Creator,
Working towards peace, harmony and justice for all
Answering, “Here, I am, O’ Lord!” to the Creator’s call.

2 thoughts on “Poems by Syedah Maryam Iqbal

  1. Thought beautifully perceived and penned down in finely knitted words expressing the pangs of separation as the protagonist suffers in captivity sealing the fate of love.

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