• the_lostboy 23w

    This poem is based on the tales of Heer & Ranjha, a famous romantic couple in Indian History. This poem is portraying the pain that Heer has as she doesn't want to leave Ranjha. Heer tells her parents that Ranjha is her beloved who lives here and that she doesn't want to go to another village to marry another guy. Heer's in-laws as Heer was married off forcefully to Saida Khera of village Rangpur after her parents found out about her affair with Ranjha.

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    Don’t send me, my beloved, I don’t want to go to a foreign land.
    Whichever courtyard You’ll take me, I’ll consider it my homeland.
    I don’t want to go with the inlaws..
    You've pulled the veil covering my head, the whole.
    Sky looks down upon me now.
    How should I go after leaving You, my beloved,
    Don’t send me, my beloved
    I don’t want to go.
    I don’t want to go with the inlaws..
    I don’t want to go.
    I don’t want to leave You and go my beloved.
    Your shoulders are my shelter, Your arms are my shade.
    My home is in Your embrace
    I don’t belong anyplace else, Your heart is the village I belong to..
    Don’t send me, my beloved
    I don’t want to go.


    ©the_lostboy