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HOW SHALL I PROVE MY LOVE My heart cries for you; You can't hear that cry. My eyes get wet with dew; Before you see that, it gets dry. Tell me, o Dove, How shall I prove my love? Translation: The Poet A LOVE POEM You and me me and you flower and bee grass and dew. Translation: The Poet APPETITE There's no appetite in heart, appetite rises only in body- remains infinite desolate appetite into my two eyes. There's no appetite in heart for, o darling, my heart is over-loaded with your love. Translation: The Poet GRACE OF PERFUME Let's move to a land where flowers are only cultivated. gardens throughout the year remain full of flowers; where man satisfies his hunger only on perfume and satisfies his thirst of Sahara-soul in beauty. Translation: The Poet DESTINY He lived 52 years abiding by the rules of health. His brother Kesmat Ali lived 82 years smoking punctually. Translation: The Poet MAD:1 He was angling fish sitting on the high way; frequently making the hook dance and all of a sudden, pulling the fishing rod so forcefully that it seemed a big catfish had certainly swallowed the hook. He was then repenting loudly showing others that he had been successful to flee having made him a fool. Pedastrians were watching him shaking their necks and bursting into laughter. An unhappy man stopped his purple colored car beside the road and opening the window asked him aloud, 'Brother, have you got any fish? ' He raised his eyes at forehead with surprise and said, 'Alas! Who has ever got fish on a dry street? ' Translation: The Poet MAD:2 He walks on water in an ocean; his legs don't get wet. He walks through the incessant rain; his body doesn't get wet. One day someone invited him at home and gave a room to sleep. At midnight he started shouting-'Help! Help! ' Then he was floating like water-hyacinth on the houseful water. Translation: The Poet
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"HOW SHALL I PROVE MY LOVE" -this poem deals with a universal problem. As love is not a mathematical equation, there is no easy way to prove it.
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