Husna Amin


Husna Amin Poems

1. Our Children 10/28/2013
2. The Crying Wall 10/30/2013
3. A Promise 12/6/2013
4. In A Maze 12/6/2013
5. My Questions! 3/6/2014
6. Dear Poetry 3/12/2014
7. Fly 5/16/2014
8. Faith 6/30/2014
9. Beautifully Imperfect 6/30/2014
10. A Song Of Faith 7/23/2014
11. The Baggage 9/6/2014
12. A Pen So Young 9/7/2014
13. With Me Always 1/18/2015
14. Cursed Souls 1/18/2015
15. Holy Night 6/23/2015
16. Politics 6/23/2015
17. Ode To Rumi 7/10/2015
18. Life 7/10/2015
19. Knowing Your Sky 10/8/2014
20. Happiness 12/1/2015
21. Poetry 5/26/2014
22. The Bouncing Back 4/16/2014
23. Sorrow-Fool Song 1/18/2015
24. Wait For Me 11/29/2015
25. Fanatics 5/10/2014
26. Where Are We? 11/12/2013
27. The Tomorrow That May Never Come 11/15/2013
28. Forever 1/8/2014
29. Love, The Flying Dove 11/1/2013
30. Frail Moments 10/13/2014
31. Embracing Life 9/24/2014
32. Aesthetic Wanderer 10/20/2013
33. The Divine Intervention 10/22/2013
34. Let Love Grow 1/20/2014

Comments about Husna Amin

  • Akhtar Jawad Akhtar Jawad (5/31/2014 6:14:00 AM)

    Very well defined, what is poetry. Liked Your poem.

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Best Poem of Husna Amin

Let Love Grow

In the darkest hours of insanity,
When the living-with-a-heart, loses control
Every action turns into a ruthless killing of the self
And, in the darkest hours, the soul, do they shout in pain?
To restore the peace again, where do they go then?
In a little corner of the mind where a little sanity still prevails
A little hope may be giving some rest to the bereaved soul.
That little hope, let it grow;
Let it flourish into a new beginning,
Let the darkest hour vanish slow,
Let the music of the heart flow, let it flow!

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The Crying Wall

'Stick no bills', the wall said
The camouflage of colors but it displayed
The agonized passer-by on a dirtier street
Blame him not for his lesser skills
Teach him little and he will teach you back more
My state, my region, my country he shouts
And the poor wall keeps crying at its plight
O Hell! my countryman puts up a poor fight!

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