Maiden Divine, Poetry by Dr. Mansur Hasib

Genre – Love, Rhyme, Relationship

Maiden Divine
by Dr. Mansur Hasib

Written on February 20, 1974

Shy eyes turn away, when mine are bold
And glances never meet.
Smiles light up, and cheeks are red
But eyes are at her feet.
Her hand trembles, voice quivers
While saying a mellow, “Hi!”
But when I am going, a sparkling tear,
She’s holding in her eye.

Rain falling upon her dress, could slip and shy away
When she’s calling me back, and asking me to stay.
Shy and soft, maiden divine,
While moon, while sun, aglow in shine,
She wears her lovely way.
Darkness fears, the fires pure
That gleam upon, the sky azure
Of the girl, I met in May.

Forehead is beaded, the hair falls back
Nervous she holds my hand.
But when I lift hers, and press my lips
She knows I understand.
Curtains fall away, slow and silent,
And hands are hidden behind.
The eyes lift up, and search into mine:
And they wonder, what they’ll find!

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