Iman Sadikeen

Rookie (1984- / Sri Lanka)

Biography of Iman Sadikeen

Iman Sadikeen poet

I did not have much to do with poetry once, it was never my line of interest.I started writing poems as a means of escaping from the mental agony I was put through by a bad experience.Most of my poems were inspired and influenced by sensations born from my hurt emotions. My poems mostly come out under stressed moments when I am very much sad.So naturally the my poems acquire an air of pathos about them.lets just say I am at my best when I am sad.
I sum it all up that my poetic self is my alter ego that deals with my pent-up emotions, which keeps me running as a ordinary human being.

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Imprisoned

Let go! Let go!
Release me from this hole
Trapped in a dungeon so dark
Where no light or hope had ever shone!
Imprisoned by whom I know not to say
... And there I hear them, the dear ones
Calling out my name
Trying reach my abandoned soul.
Break through the Iron wall

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