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Run Away – Poem

I envy people who can run away like running away from their own thoughts, people and sometimes even from themselves The true self. Then they play the game called pretending it’s simple, just believe that you’re running towards your home… Continue Reading →

Men – The Forgotten Gender – Poem

Men – The Forgotten Gender Not all men too many men It’s 3:50 in the morning and I can’t stop thinking about the handful of men who are still not considered trash yet Few hours ago, I read from a… Continue Reading →

Darkness | Insomnia – Poem

Look, I was not quite familiar with the empty 3:00 am nights when you told me about your insomnia “It’s just your messed up routine and junk food diet”, I thought Until tonight when I turned off the lights and… Continue Reading →

Obsessed All Over Again – Poem

I won’t romanticize pain tonight this isn’t a poem about a broken thing a heart, a brain, a bone or about the beauty of love that doesn’t last (there isn’t any) Let me write about the Band I’m obsessed all… Continue Reading →

Words or Silence – Death Poem

It’s 9:50 in the night the city is living in quarantine and I had to google for the correct spelling Anyway I’m out on terrace it’s a part of routine my own isolation with some air, stars ,sky and sometimes… Continue Reading →

Awkward Silence – Poem

When we meet I don’t want it to be A fancy restaurant or noisy cafe I will fail to look inside your soul or hear your heart out Let’s meet somewhere on earth with limitless sky or an endless Ocean… Continue Reading →

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