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A Salute To Mr Afzal Shauq
‘Dear Afzal Shauq,
Afzal Shauq - Un Poet Extraordinar
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A Friendly Smile Is The Best Weapon Of The War To Fight With... Afzal Shauq
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A Friendly Smile Is The Best Weapon Of The War To Fight With... Afzal Shauq

"A Friendly Smile Is The Best Weapon Of The War To Fight With... Let's Defeat Each Other With It And Occupy The Hearts To Control The Feelings That Favouring Our Wishes"......... Afzal Shauq This quote greeted me the first time I paid a visit to Afzal's poetry page. It is always a true gift, to open to a poet’s page and find the wish of caring and love. It wanted to know more of the man that wrote the words and searched his titles, to repay the very kind compliments that he had left for me to find. It matters not of what country you call home, or the color of your skin, or the language you speak, when Afzal's pages are opened.. You as the reader are greeted with warmth and compassion, as well as food for thought, to carry with you long after, you have moved on, within the life that is of the real. The Internet is a magical tool that connects people from all over the world, with only a click of a mouse. If it is used wisely, this tool becomes a gift, and messages from the heart are opened to people, that would otherwise, never find a way to meet. His sincere hope to touch humanity, with the message of peace, is very evident. In each of his writes that I have had the privilege of finding my way to open . . . . Continue your journey, my new friend Afzal, for the world is so in need of your message. I wish you positive whisperings, each time you set before your keys, and open and receptive hearts, to read your words. I can see that you have touched the hearts of many here at PP. I hope your heart sings, for it is not everyone that will take the time to try to spread peace amongst souls in the world we all share. It is a poet’s greatest compliment to be remembered in words by another poet. As I am browsing your titles tonight I see that you are much loved and admired. It is my honor to call you friend. And let me done some comments to your few rich poems… hope you like them Afzal Shauq! “Love Is Fountain. .Inspired By Afzal Shauq's Poem .. ‘Begging Heart’ / Jessica R” I have to agree with all that have spoken on Jessica R write. It is very beautiful and I understood the passage that seemed to be questioned completely. I am new to this go around of PP. Afzal was kind enough to give me a very warm welcome and I found you while starting a visit with him. An open invitation to drop by and meet me when you can. Have your speakers on. LOL You will understand when you get there. I truly did enjoy this. Blessings. “Afghani Sorrow” - How entirely true ! If people would only stop and think that if we were not placed in our perspective countries by the Great "I Am" We could have been African, Spanish, You could have been American and I could have been Pakistani. We are a world of human beings. Each loved in our own way by those we call family. Each grieved for if lost in battle or lost to the world of every day. We would be wise to realize that fact, and try to see through each others eyes. I loved this one. “Being A Poet” - I have had a very rewarding visit with you today browsing within the halls of your heart. Your work is very meaningful, short and to the point. I have not quite mastered that yet for Aspiring has a tendency to ramble at times. I think as poets we all have to search our hearts to find the words to place on blank posting page. We get caught between the ‘what is’ and the dream, and yet that is what brings us to claim the title poet. Enjoyed very much. “Child Of Dirt” - This was written with much emotion and carried through to your readers. In scanning your comments one said "If only there was another way" .... If only there were another way indeed. “An Answer” - The worlds of poet's hearts speak a universal language. You write short but strong and I see a style that is somewhat of my own. I am speaking of the ....'s after your words. I have seen them in several of your writes today. You will see that I use this form many times as I write. A pause, perhaps not for the reader but for ourselves. Here it would seem that you have been searching for a very long time. But the answer .... Where is the answer? For us to find our answers we must find a way to continue the search. Very nicely done. “Almighty God - We all perceive God in our own way, but it does not mean that he is not universal. How could anyone look around at the beauty of this earth and really believe that it all just happened. He must be so very sad sometimes when he looks down upon us his creations. He is everywhere ... even in the tiny ant's too. Wonderful! Dear readers !! "You will find Afzal Shauq's words of the heart to be written well, with a message to humanity of peace. He endeavours to open the spirits eyes, with each stroke of his keys, and leaves the soul wishing, that there were more humanitarians with his same goals. If you, yourself, wish for peace and harmony for our world, you will not be disappointed to continue your journey within his words." ..Lesa Gay It was a true honor to write my new poem “The Peace Whisperer” for you Afzal. In fact it was the first thing in a very long time that aspiring consented to give me new to post to my site. You can see in my page. The conclusive lines of that poem are written as; “The whispers heard upon the wind The Dove of Peace takes flight” I wish you much success in your journey, and receptive hearts to read your words. Sincerely, Lesa Gay Sparks, Nevada , United States Of America

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