Holding onto a beloved after the loss.
The day was warm. Their hearts, warmer. Fluttering in anticipation, Their hands clasped together. Cheeks were pink, Moist were the eyes, A thought on their minds That… Read more “That Day”
As a Muslim, it tears me apart when Muslims are labelled as ‘Terrorists’, while non-Muslim terror activities are justified as ‘Mentally disturbed’. I do condemn bombings and any terror attacks by people belonging to any religious faith. However, this little write-up is to call out to the hypocrites- The Media- who have ingrained in everyone’s head that only Muslims are ‘Terrorists’ and that the word is to define them alone.
I pray you regret On why you did not touch my soul When you caressed my skin. I pray you regret On why you did not take my… Read more “A Vengeful Prayer”
The sky is my only solace, God’s gift, a keepsake. Whenever I miss you, I look heavenwards, Remembering all those sweet moments And loads of embrace. Tears… Read more “Solace”
I have never been out of love. There’s always someone to replace The one that broke my heart. I have been in love- With seasons, with… Read more “Self-love”
There was once A toast of my life. And it left a bitter Damn bitter after taste. At first I made it sweet And boasted to my… Read more “A Toast”
This poem has been selected and published in the Hall of Poets Anthology- Feathers, featuring works of 163 poets around the world.
PC: Aglayan-Agac A part of me sits broken Bruised, aloof and hidden. And in the darkness of the night It comes out forth. Gripping me,… Read more “Dark Solitude”
The lines “I know a place” and “its in my castle” have been borrowed from the movie Les Miserables.