amar qamar

Rookie - 253 Points (Birmingham)

amar qamar Poems

1. Epiphany Of Death 7/9/2009
2. The Clown 7/30/2009
3. Boy Racer... 1/28/2010
4. Childhood 1/28/2010
5. Battered Wife... 1/28/2010
6. A Donkey's Tale 1/28/2010
7. The Island... 1/28/2010
8. The Mob 8/22/2013
9. Time Flies By 11/30/2015
10. Feeling Of Anxiety 12/4/2015
11. Holiday 12/15/2015
12. Writing Poetry-My Process 3/18/2016
13. Oppressed And The Oppressor 4/28/2016
14. Happiness 9/2/2016
15. Rock Bottom 3/3/2017
16. Regret 4/7/2011
17. Something Lost... 1/28/2010
18. Bullied 8/4/2017
19. Immortal 1/28/2010
20. Worklife 7/9/2009
21. Myself 8/13/2012
22. The Struggle 11/20/2017
23. Nightmare 4/4/2011
24. To The Stars 3/10/2016
25. War On Terror 7/9/2009
26. Storm At Sea 7/9/2009
27. Self Harm 7/9/2009

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Best Poem of amar qamar

Self Harm

It calls me closer, its calls me near
'Just once and it'll be over'
Death whispers in my ear
Irresistible is its sweet entice
Staring down, which one to slice,
I observe my previous tries
My unseen hurt and earlier cries
No peace in my mind, no peace in my head
The quiet intelligent me, long since fled
Anger and rage consumes me
My minds demons bursting to be free
The walls of my cage finally cave
'Just be still, just be brave'
I slash down with an improvised knife
'Forget this world, forget my life'
Blood oozes and drips down the drain
A slight...

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Storm At Sea

CRASHING waves... SMASHING seas...
Bringing sailors to their knees.
As they struggle to save their lives
Hoping and praying, help arrives.

The stormy seas as dark as coal,
Preventing the sailors from reaching their goal.
Battered and bruised, but still they fight...
Staring ahead, into the dead of night.

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