THE AMANNENSIS OF MULLAH ZAIGHUM
From the Note Book of MuIlah Zada Zaightttu Lolabi of Kashmir
A trade, ‘West’s conscience, ‘hermitage’ in, East,
Their changes world quick, here changes world least.
The Khizr said me once with a confidence,
A king or poor’s way all a magic hence.
Lords of hermitage, to me a rival take,
Their tomb stone they fear, my wails may not break.
A slave nation’s gnosis gives a clear sign,
If this earth is tight, the vast skies are mine.
Does he dupes God or dupes his self alone,
When he left practice to fate’s plea he owns.
The rose put the hunter in weeping trance,
From such flamed poet I felt no load hence.