Fayeleesa Shropshire Poems
|1.||I Try To Love Him||11/17/2009|
|2.||The Consequences Of Problems||11/17/2009|
|6.||The Future I Choose||11/22/2009|
|16.||For A Penny||7/26/2010|
|19.||I Group Afzal Shaqu With Jane Austen And Charlotte Bronte'||7/28/2010|
Comments about Fayeleesa Shropshire
I Group Afzal Shaqu With Jane Austen And Charlotte Bronte'
Afzal Shauq! ! If someone ask me who that was a hour ago, I wouldn’t be able to tell him. Though I’ve read only a few of his poems. I think they’re absolutely beautiful and awesome. The way his words flow together like waves.
I’m only fifteen, so what do I know about poetry? Maybe nothing but still I know that poetry can make all the differences. I mean, poetry has helped me into many ways to count.
Afzal Shauq’s poetry is more than just « roses are red, violet’s are blue. » His poetry makes you think, In his poem ‘Blind World’, he talks about how the world is blind to the rules ...
My mistakes are made.
I can now not take them back.
They are carved in stone.
I wish I could rewind time.
I can't take back what was wrong.