Nur Meiyati


Nur Meiyati Poems

1. At Last You Are Gone 9/9/2013
2. So What? 9/11/2013
3. I Will Not Read Your Mind 9/12/2013
4. How Can We Reach You 9/8/2013
5. When The Men Was Blinded 9/17/2013
6. Community As An Identity 9/19/2013
7. Majority Basis 9/26/2013
8. Your Birthday 9/29/2013
9. I Care 10/3/2013
10. I Will Not Die Soon 10/4/2013
11. Don'T Be In Love With Me 10/14/2013
12. May I 10/18/2013
13. Our Small Paradise 10/23/2013
14. All About You And Me 10/24/2013
15. I Will Be Safe 10/27/2013
16. Favourite Things We Did 10/31/2013
17. Love And In Love 11/1/2013
18. You Are My Property 11/2/2013
19. Driving 11/3/2013
20. Sometimes 11/4/2013
21. Price Tag 11/4/2013
22. Timeless 11/9/2013
23. I 11/11/2013
24. What Do You Call Me 11/11/2013
25. Me, You, Them 11/15/2013
26. My First Preaching 11/16/2013
27. My Love For You 11/27/2013
28. My River 11/28/2013
29. Can A Man Be Sad 11/29/2013
30. The Lost Village 11/30/2013
31. Counting The Days 11/30/2013
32. Too Sad To Be Remembered 12/1/2013
33. My Reality 12/1/2013
34. My Meeting With God 12/2/2013
35. Am I Wrong 12/3/2013
36. What I Want With My Poetry 12/3/2013
37. My Father 12/4/2013
38. My Virtual Country 12/4/2013
39. I Took Back My Vote For You 12/4/2013
40. Honesty 12/4/2013
Best Poem of Nur Meiyati

I Informed You, 'I Am Pregnant'

You said you loved me and understood me
More than I understood myself
But you had put me in a situation
That I had to beg you
Didn't you know me well
That I was not good at pleading
And it hurt

I informed you, “ I am pregnant”
And I could not raise our baby alone
It would be difficult for me and more for our baby
In my situation and in my such society
You knew me well
That you were my only home
I was never close to any men

I wished you would tell me that you would be happy
For our coming baby
I hoped you would hold my hands
And ...

Read the full of I Informed You, 'I Am Pregnant'

So What?

So what
If you wear clothes
That cover almost all parts of your body
And you guard each single part of your body as holy or sinful
It does not make you more or less holy than the others who don't
It does not guarantee that you are closer to heaven
If I - or anyone like me - don't wear such clothes
It does not make me lower or higher than you
At least in the perception of anyone outside your circle

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