Farina Afrin Malik

Rookie - 375 Points (26th October 1995 / Dhaka)

Farina Afrin Malik Poems

1. Sea Of Thoughts 4/11/2013
2. Madness 4/11/2013
3. The Theft 4/11/2013
4. Fairytales Retold 4/12/2013
5. All Our Friends 4/13/2013
6. Baking Fantasy 4/13/2013
7. Hope 4/11/2013
8. Mixed Messages 5/14/2014
9. Cake Art 5/15/2014
10. A Poem 5/16/2014
11. Questionable Doubt 11/6/2014
12. Carnivores 5/28/2015
13. Red To Black 10/22/2015
14. The Vicious Circle 10/22/2015
15. Clichés 10/27/2015
16. The Green And Red Flag 10/27/2015
17. Mind Over Matter 2/1/2017
18. On The Road To Intellect 6/28/2017
19. Thoughts 6/28/2017
20. A Writer's Wonderland 6/28/2017
21. Caged 6/28/2017
22. My Adorable Auntie 7/23/2015
23. Streams Of Consciousness 10/20/2015
24. Ubiquitous 10/20/2015
25. Connected By The Heart 10/20/2015
26. Ostentatious Reality 10/20/2015
27. Junk Food 7/22/2015
28. To Diary, With Love 5/15/2014
29. Who We Are 4/11/2013
30. Trekking 7/22/2015
31. Friend Or Foe? 11/6/2014
32. Granny Dearest 5/15/2014
33. Mum 7/23/2015
34. Over You 7/23/2015
35. Flying Potatoes 10/20/2015
36. The Unknown 5/28/2015

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Best Poem of Farina Afrin Malik

The Unknown

For we are the broken ones
The ones who trudge along on this lonely path we pave for ourselves
The silent ones who question their very existence
The ones who are encompassed by darkness all the time
We pity it all, we hate it all, we fear it all
The storm that leads us into the battle we fight within ourselves
rages and burns
We’re like fire and ice all at once
But who are we
And why are we here
As we stop to consider it we find the truth
There is always light where there is darkness
And not all battles are won but they are not all lost ...

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Fairytales Retold

The tall and old stone ivory tower
Made common men and princes cower
Upon the balcony stood a maiden fair
With long and shimmery golden hair
The witch’s curse had kept her locked
But her heart of gold could never be blocked
Her fame and beauty spread far and wide
And in her name many noblemen died
On winter’s eve arrived a man

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