Hanan Muzafar

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Hanan Muzafar
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How does it feel when you meet yourself, your fear, truth, and nightmare. Being from a conflict and torn region, I saw misery found grief, saw violence met horror, saw rise observed fall. Somehow learned to survive, to be low and invisible. Who I am, I'm. Maybe it's suffering which keeps us moving ahead, like a source of growth. Indeed, it's grief which remains immortal. A tragedy coloured in romance.

Violence is an instinct, and hate is its fuel. If God is silent, then there is no word of God. Divinity is in kindness and sacrifice. Life in itself is meaningless, but serves a definite purpose, and war in itself is life, it has neither a beginning nor an end. In the game of war no ... more »

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Near a calm lake,
long night waiting for day,
clock on its slow pace,
like hourglass and its sand—
Sorrow carved on ivory blade,
wounds on back,
and revenge on its way.
The guns blaze,
metal dripping out of furnace;
Every burst carrying a flare,
and every stone hitting hard on frame:
Whipped land, drenched in pain,
Tiger in chains,
and fate making wheel to rotate.
Grown on woes, creeping in fog,
Venom they put in my veins—
On an isolated voyage,
what I became:
Armageddon I carry in my mind and hand,
Wake me up, when it's...

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