The things a teenager hears covers all aspects of
One day he showed us his jewels.
Changed our cowardly train of thoughts.
Not the monster we expected to see, a beautiful man standing tall.
Built with confidence, mistakes and dreams.
We judged wrong, we always do.
Haboti is my way of putting my jumbled thoughts together, and try to understand life altogether. It’s the secrets that I’ve hidden, the mistakes I’ve committed, the stories that have left impacts on me, and most importantly… it’s all the lessons learned.
I write short poems, just to try different ways to adapt and accept this reality that we call life.
I’ve never been a bookworm, a writer or into poetry. These writings are just a disarray of my feelings and thoughts, that I always feel, are
Before I reply to the nomination A BIG THANK YOU SISTER AYESHA from the blog dpressedmuslimah. The nominations are for liebester award and blog-aholic award:
Starting off with liebester Award
Among the 11 random facts as said by our blog members are:
1. Sincerely expressing myself whenever…not always Continue reading