Ibn Ali

Freshman - 699 Points [Ibn Ali] (24/12/1984 / The Gambia)

Ibn Ali Poems

1. A Letter To Ami 1/1/2015
2. Yesteryear 6/11/2015
3. My Like For Your Love 6/11/2015
4. Aafia Siddiqui 6/11/2015
5. Don'T Be Like The Candle 6/11/2015
6. Daydreams 6/11/2015
7. Paper Soldiers 6/11/2015
8. My Queen 6/11/2015
9. Syria 6/11/2015
10. What Keeps Me Up At Night 6/27/2015
11. Close 7/22/2015
12. Brown Skin 7/22/2015
13. Cry 10/28/2015
14. Love Me Tender 10/28/2015
15. Starry Night 10/28/2015
16. Dark Heart 10/28/2015
17. Again 10/28/2015
18. Young Lady 10/28/2015
19. Immutable 10/28/2015
20. Melanin Maiden 10/28/2015
21. Love And Pain 10/28/2015
22. Commiserations 10/28/2015
23. Broken 6/28/2016
24. Come Home 6/28/2016
25. Ali 6/28/2016
26. To Everyone I Love 6/28/2016
27. Passing Strangera 6/28/2016
28. Flowers 6/28/2016
29. Nocturnal Me 6/28/2016
30. Control 6/28/2016
31. Moderation 6/28/2016
32. Kintsukuroi 6/28/2016
33. This Cold Heart 6/28/2016
34. The Sun And Moon 6/28/2016
35. Rage 6/28/2016
36. Cocoon 6/28/2016
37. Clayhill 6/28/2016
38. Weakness In Eman 6/28/2016
39. Grandma 6/28/2016
40. The Knot Frays 6/28/2016
Best Poem of Ibn Ali

Winter's Bone

Nicotined widows reminisce,
Dainty dragons bellow mist,
A cacophony of baritone moans, coughs and sniffs,
The dawn chorus,
It's the symphony of the sick,
Herald the arrival,
The sky crawler, ever earlier retires,
Lethargic,
Cooling of the fire,
It's the prominence of darkness,
Ruling of the night,
Sinners stir from slumber,
To seek their provisions
In the shadows it provides,
For the relics cast aside,
It amplifies the loneliness and deepens the desire,
Like this now abandoned perch,
Perpetual in youth,
Adorned and hoary ...

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Broken Things

I see beauty in broken things,
Scarred souls,
Sometimes hunger pangs make me feel alive more,
A dark past makes the future brighter,
Sometimes fewer choices make me more incisive,
A poor man is hardly ever wasteful,
When sorrowful I'm solemn but it makes me less distasteful,
A crowded room makes me yearn for company of self,
But loneliness makes me appreciate my family's true wealth,

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