Soul Search – A poem that reflects the idea of understanding and knowing your own self in order to seek the truth, power or love in this world.
Some concluding thoughts on the year 2020.
A poem about how our decisions can shape our lives, as there always is hope for a happier and better life; all you need is courage and self-realization.
Tiny Humans – A poem about childhood, full of hope and dreams.. Like the ones that we hide within.
Rain – A poem about a girl who has moved on from her long-gone love and yet, reminisces the pain of his memories every time it rains.
It’s not too late – A poem about motivation and hope. Its a depiction of the idea that as long as you are breathing, it’s not too late for anything you want to do in life.
A little poem on beauty
Rhapsodic torment – A poem that portrays the importance of accepting whatever happiness is present in our lives and avoiding useless overthinking over past and unstoppable desires for future. We should appreciate the cycle of change this life offers and be grateful of its ephemerality.
A poem dedicated to a beautiful city of Beirut and it’s citizens as my condolence on a terrible incident of massive explosion. It took hundreds of lives and gave wounds that may never heal.
A six word Haiku
A poem about us humans. Love and care for each other helps us to build ourselves beautifully. However, harshness and hatred can only break a person into something dark and miserable.
You need to remember the struggle you are in today, because its strengthening you for tomorrow.
Fate – This poem is about a man who lost his love and wishes to rewrite his fate, to be with his true love. Written in response to Saturday Mix – Rhyme Time, 25 July 2020 By Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie. #Rhymetime
It is unimaginably hard, and scary when you know why your wound is hurting and what you need to do to stop the bleeding, but have no… Read more “From a Good Heart”
Let Her Live – Poem about an independent strong woman who’ve overcome the delusion of love and grown out from the fairytale where ‘they lived happily ever after’ … She knows her worth and is not ready to settle for someone who can’t give her due respect and love.