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Men and Women
by Masood Lohar
Tuesday, July 29, 2003

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Without man, a woman is a stray hen
Without woman, a man is a broken pen
The picture of life becomes complete
When a man and woman meet
Donít ask me how many women I long for
It will be madness to tell that far
Every woman puts a new colour into me
Forget, if eventually she breaks my knee

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Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 12/28/2005
We can't live with each other, but yet we can't live without each other - the greatest irony of life. Lol. Great write, Masood!

God bless,

Sandie.
Reviewed by Amira van Kerk 9/29/2005
Nice comparision with colors. Assume there are far more than in a rainbow?
As long as she only breaks your knee.....
Amira
Reviewed by ~Indigo~ Elga 8/6/2005
Dear Masood,

Love and passion through the eyes of a romantic. Pak mohabbat never tires, it is a circle of forever learning never satiated.

Ajmal kavya :)

bagal-men marna?
Elga
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 4/8/2005
This one was written a certain amount of cynical humour and wit but I suspect that you are a lover at heart. There is a romantic soul in there. Your last poem is proof of that.
May love bloom forever in your heart.
Chanti
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