Ibrar Siddiqi

Rookie - 0 Points (28.02.1970 / United Kingdom)

Me Poem by Ibrar Siddiqi

People judge by the way i look.
Old saying that goes don't judge a book.
That saying befits me.
The looks of hatred as I walk past.
The disgust in people and feelings that last.
You don't like me that's fair enough.
Don't get up my nose like some snuff.

There are many sides to me that you'll never find.
You just can't get past that barrier in your mind.
I am who i am.
Unconventional and enigmatic.
This conversation littered with static.
Bores me to tears.
Sick of hearing other peoples fears.
Me is I that's who I will always be.

I Siddiqi 08.05.09

Submitted: Friday, May 8, 2009

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  • Freshman - 965 Points Saadat Tahir (5/8/2009 6:27:00 AM)

    hi ibrar
    very nicely done poem....at once projects the monster of discord and dislike..fractured along fault lines
    it pours through strong and sentimental for the exasperation of a non conformist

    great its a tenner
    cheers (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 26 Points Joseph Poewhit (5/8/2009 4:06:00 AM)

    Funny, how some get mad at others for not fitting there mold (Report) Reply

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