By Vahid Husen Sayyad

You are the only angel who come to my dream.
With long brown curly hair and pink lips  like rose. 
With the fragrance of purity you flow like a mild stream. 
I can feel myself alive again when you are close.

With your smile, you give life to thousands of butterflies. 
Each flower blooms instantly with your every single soft touch. 
In your presence, without knowing so fast the time flies. 
My eyes speak it all my tongue doesn't speak much.

The wind flows on the movement of your tender feet. 
Your glow makes the surrounding so wonderful and really bright. 
I wonder how it will feel when we will meet. 
I will not let you go, will hold you tight.

Would you like to come with me on cloud nine? 
Forget rest of the world and forever be just mine.

Vahid Husen Sayyad is a multilingual Indian poet from Gujraat. He has written poems in several Indian languages as well as in English. His debut book of poetry, My Son and Other Poems was written in English and published in the UK by Impspired Magazine. His short story The Lost King was published three times, by Creativity Webzine, Impspired and Academy of the Heart and Mind. His poem “Sweet and Spice” was first published by Impspired, and subsequently accepted for podcast by Sweetycat Press and republished on Spillwords Press. Blood on Sand, USA has anthologised nine of his English poems. He was the first poet from Gujraat whose English poetry book to ever get published in the UK.

Vahid is also an educator and runs his own online institution, English Zone where he designs curriculum for English courses and also teaches it.

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