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Unspoken Moments: A Poem by Azra Mughal, Read Here.

When I saw you, I pondered,

There was something to say, but it wasn’t expressed.

As I watched, the morning arrived thus,

Even the moon didn’t complain about the stars.

From your pace…I sought refuge,

Even time’s courage wasn’t diminished.

How can I embrace your playful fragrance,

When there’s no relationship between the wave and the rose?

In the gathering, when rivals arrived,

My heart’s abode wasn’t turned into a temple.

Go, ask my beloved,

Where denials are, the dawn has arrived.

Azra Mughal

A strong believer in and practitioner of teamwork; caring about people instinctively; and able to build good interpersonal relations; culture-focused, capable of diversification in the competitive environment. Her area of interest is Nature as a whole. She likes learning and meeting people; meetup with her own self during long walks. She believes in the power of positivity; it adds beauty to life. She aims to make life beautiful with positivity and extend help wherever she finds the opportunity.

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