The First Love – Kairat Duissenov Parman
THE FIRST LOVE
Poem By: Kairat Duissenov Parman
Edited by Brenda Mohammed,
translated by author.
Then it was spring
And love came to me too
When I looked at your clear eyes
My mood rose to the very sky.
You were pretty
Have I ever met such a beautiful girl in my life?
You were radiant like an angel herself
You came accidentally didn’t Ferdausi* from the paradise.
This is my secret
I was not yet known to anyone in the village.
There was nowhere to sit and therefore stood nearby,
And my cherished dream that was just around the mountain was very close!
When I was pleased
Along came spring and my love for being doubtful
Suddenly the lights went out of my happiness
And I was approaching her and she could hear my sigh..
Burning with desire
I began to kiss her ears.
And burned in the fire, my bones nearly parted
That’s when I really learned what it is to have fun!
Around me it was dark.
My need for thirst made me act bravely.
And that time I was lucky for love
And no one had time to catch us and insult us for being shameless.
She was charming
Nobody had been so intoxicating to me before and gave me such pleasure!
It turns out God benefited me then and
Gave me an immaculate girl who even the wind was embarrassed to caress.
You were beautiful
And you were my very first love.
But now I won’t find such a lovely girl,
Even if I go around the world thousands of times!
© Kairat Duissenov Parman, all rights reserved.
Ferdausi * – an honorable place in paradise.