Category Archive: Poetry

Between-Beyond Us by Dhiyanah Hassan

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Wednesday Stories: Blue Shoes

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Nightmare was a mareĀ  born of a mare in the dead of the night Born ready to rip through the green field that sits behind the lids of the sleeping dreaming. Born ready… Continue reading

Gloaming- a poem about the undiscerned, and the undiscerning

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Cascading. A certain memory, Driving up Genting Seems like it was almost 30 km per hour, crawling. Round the mountain She goes. Landslide. Fifty thousand fireflies, Caught in a glass bottle an old… Continue reading

Nightwalks

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Nightwalks each city you leave behind no longer exists a dream dissolving like a lozenge on the tip of your tongue, frozen in honeyed amber the round untouched circle of wood on a… Continue reading

Slow Dance ~ Part Two ~

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Have you ever danced a slow dance? When you think nothing ’bout life and just grabbed the chance. Life may be long for some so take it easy, life may be short for… Continue reading

Would You Send Me An Angel?

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Lost in this dark place, hoping for a miracle, struggling to be safe..   As I sat with my legs close to my chest.. it burned, the air what I forced into my… Continue reading

Slow Dance ~ Part One ~

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Have you ever felt the sunlight that crept through your window or watch the bees buzzing around the meadow? Life’s kinda’ short so let’s take a gamble, lets slow dance through life and… Continue reading

The Beast

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The Beast, It came for me at a very young age. clawing through my veins, comfortable in my heart. The Beast, it polluted my mind with propagandas, for it, my uncertainties were it’s… Continue reading

I Carry Your Heart With Me

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I carry your heart with me, you’re in me, deep inside. I live with you, never ever apart, you’re always with me cause I have your heart. I carry your heart with me,… Continue reading

Death

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Death was a hooded figure, it’s face unknown, a complete stranger. Yet many dreams are filled with death and its gestures, it’s waiting is filled with hunger. We mourned for the death of… Continue reading

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