Mariam de Haan

Rookie - 124 Points (04 October 1993 / Pemba, Tanzania)

Mariam de Haan Poems

1. La Petite Môme 9/20/2012
2. The Sidecar Ride 9/20/2012
3. Confined Living 9/20/2012
4. Terror 9/20/2012
5. Look Up To See 9/23/2012
6. Watching The Seasons 9/24/2012
7. Beauty Of Fools 9/26/2012
8. God's Miracle 10/21/2012
9. The Land 12/12/2012
10. Reading Into It 12/12/2012
11. The Tree Of Sin 12/16/2012
12. The Girl That Lives In Dreams 12/16/2012
13. The Language Thieves 1/7/2013
14. Reason Vs. Lust 1/18/2013
15. Young Beauty 1/18/2013
16. A Country Not A Home 2/17/2013
17. Just Because 3/1/2013
18. In The Memory Of A Man 3/23/2013
19. Detainees 4/16/2013
20. Nightmares In The Day 1/26/2014
21. Cha Kwetu (Our Own) 2/16/2014
22. Third World 5/2/2014
23. The Forgotten 12/15/2013
24. A White Wall 12/15/2013
25. Ask Yourself 8/2/2014
26. The Story Of Spice Islander 9/9/2014
27. Nature's Love Story 10/11/2014
28. Savage At Heart 12/15/2013
29. Listen 2/1/2015
30. Onward 6/20/2014
31. Quick Question 12/4/2012
32. A Cup Of Tea 12/4/2012
33. Another Poem 10/7/2012
34. The Story Of Two 9/24/2012
35. Breathing 9/20/2012
36. Bodysurfing 9/20/2012
37. Hagia Sophia's Embrace 12/29/2013
38. To My English Teacher 1/26/2015
39. An Angry Woman's Prayer 2/24/2013
40. Number 4 9/20/2012
Best Poem of Mariam de Haan

My True Identity

I'm changing.
Yes I know my face is the same
So is my name
And I'm still only partially sane,
But I'm changing.

I found true beauty.
It's always been in front of me
But I guess I was to blind to see.
And I'm happy.

I never understood why they cry when they read the words.
I never understood why a rock meant such worth.
I never understood why they prepare for the worst.

Now look at me.
One chapter and I'm teary.
I stand five times but don't grow weary.
I guess it's because I found me,
My true identity.

Read the full of My True Identity

Bodysurfing

Waiting
For a knight in armor shining
For a dream to start growing
For Peace to stop hiding
For a wave to begin surfing

Ride it
Get lost in the moment
Believe in no tommorow

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