Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Weeping at Ghani's Grave

Dear readers,

This poem has been transferred over to my new blog. Please click here to access it.

Thank you!

~ qrratugai


  1. Weeping at Ghani's grave is an impressionistic expression of deep reverence felt in the abyss of your soul for Ghani Khan baba. The very fact that one can feel the greatness of Ghani Khan is a necessary and sufficient proof of a deep and insightful vision coupled with a tender heart which detects even the low frequency waves of love and passion. Ghani Khan infact gave an intellectual foundation to the Khudai Khidmatgar movement of great Baacha Khan [Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan]. His poetry transcends the ordinary and touches the apex and zenith of human thought in a rhythmic and serene way characterized by the typical Hashtnagharian approach of criticism. How beautiful is death if it compels your loved ones to make you live like a realised ideas in their mind for ever being a source of beauty and joy for them.

  2. Wa da nar zwiya :) You're a poet, aren't you?
    Thanks for your awe-inspiring thoughts! I'd like to take writing lessons from you some day, ka khairee.


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