Biography of Ayesha Riaz
The poems listed below are few from my collection. Thank-you for having a look. Follow me on: A Life's Diary at http: //ayeshariaz.tumblr.com/ and Burst My Bubble at http: //insanitation-bubble-attack.blogspot.com/
Ayesha Riaz Poems
I am isolated in this isolation, In this dark cell, With darkness darkening me every second, I am isolated in this isolation,
If I Die Today
If I die today, I'll have the works of life undone, Souls still empty, hearts still broken, If I die today,
Celebration is, First day of school, The trembling heart, Unfamiliar look and
A Depressed Bubble
His eyes twinkled, When water bowled along, With a heavy heart full of grief he stood there, Feeling out of sorts.
From Dawn To Dusk...
I wrote it when I was in my 6th grade, couldn't get time to re-edit it so there is the old copy of this poem, in which a child is conversing with his country, imagining how things haven't changed yet.
Caged, Like the parrot in the cage, With his tip-top feather shape, Brutally cut,
A Swan Song(Dying Sentence)
Remember me, remember my swan song, I can't re-orient myself, I can't live it all over again,
Unknown, In an unknown world, Unknown souls, Unknown voices,
When I Was Younger I Thought So...
Easy peasy-simple pimple, When I was younger, I thought so, Being adult is outshine, How dumb of me,
Let me escape, From my own machinations, From my own bitter creations, I feel like I am in an ice cage,
A Rubai (First Try)
In the well that carries sorrows, Are voices of our tomorrows, The aquifer holds the aching water, Yet the well with emptiness around him echoes.
In The Dark Gloomy Night
In the dark gloomy night, Lies a sweet birdie, In the hopes of her flight, With a jejune heart,
What Else Could I Ever Desire?
Sometimes in life I feel ashamed, For you have gifted me all I have desired, Every moment every second, You answered me,
Far Far Away
These winds that blow back and forth, Whispering in my ears, I don’t know what they say, But sometimes under this blue blanket,
A Depressed Bubble
His eyes twinkled,
When water bowled along,
With a heavy heart full of grief he stood there,
Feeling out of sorts.
Thinking what would happen to his mother,
When she'll know he got a D,
Thinking what would happen to his father,
Knowing his son couldn't reach his expectations.