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Eyan Ahmad

Eyan Ahmad is a poet and sketch artist. He hails from Kulgam district of Kashmir.
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"The time shall come, there The noble gathering, once The unfamed will be crowned, By efforts of wooden logs, Ready to invade empire of Venom," writes the poet.

Musings — The Hidden Emotions

"Human, in present day, In life after death, he doesn't believe, As if he's never gonna be His prey, To this foreign-land, he'll deceive," writes the poet.

New Ways Arise

"They regretted too much, but to express, never intended, The real truth of our love, they never apprehended," writes the poet.

The False Consolation

"Beyond every tear, a memory is there, Beyond every memory, an emotion is there, Everybody, with the period of past glory, And the sweet moments of their love story," writes the poet.

Wrath of the Dawn

Had veins dried up ever? Still hoping for Spring bright The act of being squealer, Serpentous attitude never paved them delight We brought our honesty, on that eve Always...

Final Cry of Heart 💓

The time has lost Nothing left Only memories of past, I have kept The burden of heart Never made me, to have new start In morning, as I wake Only tiding,...

I Love The Rainfall

Holding my heart, Still waiting for the melodious rainfall That will start, The new memory of beloved's call Oh! I love the rainfall I never sought solitude, In absence of...

Apple Orchard

I woke up in dream Found my Apple orchard Trees in hundreds like team Couldn't contrast, as view tortured The branches, straight and tall Along with twigs, bent and...

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