Ayesha Sartawi

Rookie (21/dec/1989 / scotland)

Ayesha Sartawi Poems

1. Mystical Kiss 12/24/2007
2. I Am Coming Home 1/24/2010
3. I'M To Blame 1/5/2008
4. By Love We Dare 1/6/2008
5. A Some One Just For Me 6/13/2008
6. Healing Friendship 12/24/2007
7. Arabian Sacrifice 12/26/2007
8. Abandoned Heart 12/26/2007
9. Definition Of Happiness 12/26/2007
10. Call Her Emotionally Paralyzed 12/26/2007
11. When An Answer Is A Question 12/24/2007
12. My Graduation Poem 1/2/2008
13. Behind Invisible Bars 1/6/2008
14. Destiney's Desire 12/26/2007
15. Funny In A Way 12/26/2007
16. Good Bye Less 12/26/2007
17. Perfect Night 1/2/2008
18. True When False 12/24/2007
19. My Everything 12/24/2007
20. Believe Me When I Say 12/26/2007
21. Blood, Guns And Crows 12/26/2007
22. Buried Rose 12/26/2007
23. Valentine's Rose 7/17/2008
24. Who I Am? & What I Want? 10/8/2008
25. It Takes A Day To End 10/8/2008
26. Every Time I Get Over You 11/30/2008
27. Without You 8/27/2010
28. Thoughts Of Mine 10/24/2010
29. Rainbow 10/24/2010
30. When It Hurts The Least 12/24/2007
31. Rest In Peace 12/24/2007
32. And I Walk... 1/9/2008
33. You Should Have Known Better 1/11/2008
34. It Is He... 1/11/2008
35. Makes You Wonder 1/11/2008
36. Could It Be Cold Out There? 1/11/2008
37. I Guess We Had Different Plans 1/19/2008
38. Craving Your Sight 1/19/2008
39. The Queen Is Made Queen 2/12/2008
40. My Cage 12/24/2007
Best Poem of Ayesha Sartawi

Mystical Kiss

I feel it all within your kiss
the love, the passion the imotional mist
kiss me like you have never kissed before
kiss me like you will never stop wanting more

Kiss me let me taste every tooth and tear
kiss me let me imbibe every pain and fear
I will never forget even if I tried
I will never get over it even if I cried
I will love you to death
I will spare my last breath
I will do it all for you

Kiss me now before you regret it tomorrow
Kiss me, let hapiness spread instead of sorrow
Kiss me, I will not close my eyes
I know it feels ...

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Healing Friendship

When the night has come
when the sun has gone

when the rippling river stops
when there are no more rain drops

When the mountain falls down
when you lose your crown

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