Persian Love Poetry

Riding effortlessly on a large green turtle

 

If you wish, I shall put my fingers together

And form a stirrup with my two palms

So you can put your foot in my hands

And warm yourself in my heart

Or put the soles of your feet on my shoulders

And slip down into my arms.

Softly and lightly, let me embrace you

So I can spread you like grass on the ground.

 

Iraj Mirza

 

Without you at a night of full moon, once again I walked through

that lane

I was all eyes, bedazzled I searched for you.

The joy of seeing you overflowed the jug of my existence

I became the same mad lover I was before.

 

Fereydoun Moshiri

 

I said there would always be a bench

Under a tree

In the mystic solitude of a garden.

And I did not say that without you the garden would die

And in…

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Art of Fire

Sounds of the Son

Poems are my pictures
Written self portraits
Scribbled self esteem
Sketched self importance

Poems are my prayers
Written words of worship
Sacred words of devotion
Silent words of service

Poems are my possibility
Written sounds of hope
Subtle sounds of positivity
Soft sounds of growth

Poems are my peace
Written form of blessing
Scripted form of grace
Soulful form of confession

Poems are my passion
Written art of desire
Sculpted art of seduction
Symbolical art of fire

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