Afaf Khalil

Romantic poetry 

All Original Work by Afaf Khalil
Untouched Island
Poem by: Afaf Khalil
April 17, 2017

The wind;
Blowing her hair,
To the direction of,
The other side of the world.

It’s touching her cheeks,
With a gentle caress,
As silk poures,
Into a tender rose.

Are driven
By imagination
Rosy temptation
Of a man

Whose masculinity,
Is preserved,
For a feminine shore.
A shore in which,
No boat has ever landed.

An untouched island,
In the the middle of an ocean,
Yet thirsty for love.
Unwilling to give up,
The battle for its dignity.
Unwilling to surrender,
Its beauty,
For a ruthless pirate.

Isn’t it time,
For the restless boat,
To endure the warmth,
Of the sand?
Isn’t it time,
For the desert to,
Embrace the rain?
Will it last forever?
Or will it shortly be in vain?
Rule of Physics
By: Afaf Khalil
Year: 2017

 The lost boat
Has finally found its way 
The wind subsides As remnants
Of a broken ship Shattered j
Around the waves
Of the ocean
As his hands approached,
 Her fragile arms.

Her heartbeats postponed. 
The clock stopped ticking, 
While gravity, 
Suspended their heavenly souls. 
Earth stopped rotating
The moonlight immortalized.
His lips, Crossed the borders, 
Of her tongue. 

For the first time, 
Volcanoes in her body,
And its heat condensed, 
On her cheeks.

Isn't the sweetest feeling, 
Is to be invaded,
By the heart which The soul endures?
"Opposites collide" 
A rule of physics, 
But their love, 
has proven the rule.

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