Midnight Memories

Midnight Memories

A Poem by Farhan Shaikh

To the seashore in the midnight
but the ocean's raging in me inside.
moon is reflecting on the seaside
and you're with him on the other side.

I can see those stars
which you named after us
yours twinkiling by my side
i wish you were here to see.

All of our memories were fading
i put em in the bottle, now they're sailing
i hope at least once it will reach you
so you can know that i wanna feel you, right by my side.

i can smell the fragrance of yours
when the wind touches my skin
Can Stand by the shore?
and let the waves touch your feet.

I shed my tears in the ocean
they're glistening and swimming with the motion
like a firefly, if you see them
they'll show how much i love you, if you feel them.

listen to your heart and see
The way our skylines meet
every route you will take will lead
Beneath these stars with me.


© 2018 Farhan Shaikh


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How pretty the imageries are ... this deep love needs deep understanding ....dude, you have done a great job! 😺


Posted 6 Months Ago


Heartfelt poem. Much yearning and longing for lost love. You created good imagery to show the desperation and pain in your words. Truly felt your words.
Blessings,
Richie b.

Posted 10 Months Ago


No matter how far away we share the same sky and stars. Those different patterns they all connect. I like this idea that you could reach them through that idea. Like Fievel from American Tail. lol.

Posted 1 Year Ago


your words deeply reaches the agonies of the heart and perfectly embrace it. A good work there friend :)

Posted 1 Year Ago


Farhan Shaikh

1 Year Ago

Thanks for the review Gaurav
I can feel the heartbreak. I am so sorry, I know it can be painful, I have never experienced one regarding a romantic partner, but one from the loss of a friend. You will get over it eventually, but if you need to cry, cry. If you need to scream, scream. I wish you the best of luck! Great job!

Posted 1 Year Ago


Farhan Shaikh

1 Year Ago

I do look good smiling, ahahh! Thanks for your time and review 😄
Incredible! This is so beautiful.... I don't have words to express how amazing and wonderful it is! Keep it up!

Posted 1 Year Ago


Farhan Shaikh

1 Year Ago

Thanks so much Anjali
Anjali

1 Year Ago

You're welcome!
Poem of the day for me!
Pity to the girl who's left the poetic soul (to the character)....
Every stanza is filled with mesmerising emotions...touched the heart...Great read! :》


Posted 1 Year Ago


Farhan Shaikh

1 Year Ago

Thank you so much😄
loss of love can be devastating ,loved the write

Posted 1 Year Ago


Farhan Shaikh

1 Year Ago

True, thanks for the review
 wordman

1 Year Ago

you`re welcome
A wonderful and honest journey to the sea. You led the reader with you to the sea and healing. Thank you Farhan for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 1 Year Ago


Farhan Shaikh

1 Year Ago

Thanks for the lovely review
Coyote Poetry

1 Year Ago

You are welcome my friend.
This is a very beautiful & gracefully-written poem. I love the way you use lots of imagery from nature that appeals to all the senses. Even tho this is a poem with heartfelt longing, I also get the sense that this narrator is healed from this parting & these are memories from quite a while ago. It’s the kind of comfortable longing we end up living with forevermore (((HUGS))) fondly, Margie

Posted 1 Year Ago


Farhan Shaikh

1 Year Ago

Yep. I'm glad you liked it ,thanks.

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Farhan Shaikh
Farhan Shaikh

Mumbai, India



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