a strange conversation about a strange man from a strange planet

i was taught by my parents that the only way to talk to god was through praying five times a day in each pray, i should ask for my parents salvation first, then ask forgiveness for them, and for me and for all others beings, then i could ask for a help, any kind of [...]

By | May 16th, 2017|Poem|Comments Off on a strange conversation about a strange man from a strange planet

my heart carries on, still

wish upon wish, effort upon effort. the desert was once an ocean. the ocean was once the shore. everything else changes, through times, through endings.   except the curse to humankind to bear the pain. or is it the way an ocean to the desert? or is it the way the shore to the ocean? [...]

By | May 9th, 2017|Poem|Comments Off on my heart carries on, still

to be a woman is

i have been told before, to be a woman is not as simple as folding blanket so it would look nice i have been told before, to be a woman is not as easy as boiling potato with a timer beside the stove i have been told before, to be a woman is not as [...]

By | May 4th, 2017|Poem|2 Comments

the good in goodbye

the saddest most painful goodbye is the first one, the one that you felt rather than said the one that resided in the hug - you never thought would be the last the one that lingered on the bed sheet without any sign of coming back   the second time around it hurts almost the [...]

By | April 29th, 2017|Poem|Comments Off on the good in goodbye

the almost

do you know how many times the ocean kisses the shoreline? maybe thousand lifetimes, maybe more.   there is always the almost. the ocean almost stay, the shore almost follow, they are almost together.   almost.

By | March 22nd, 2017|Poem|Comments Off on the almost