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 ...
The Future I Choose
My grades are something I take pride in. Like a religion I must follow.
They have to stay as high as possible. A's are what I want like a child
asking for ice cream. My GPA is the lightbof my life, the reason for my
hard working persistance. It means everything to me. It's what will
determine my future. The future I deserve, the future I desire. As I strive
and climb the trail of life it follows me through day and night. I can't get
rid of them no matter what. I want people to know me be