Khan W.S Amiziari
Khan W.S Amiziari (27/12//1990 / Pattambi)
Biography of Khan W.S Amiziari
And loves it that way
Khan W.S Amiziari Poems
What Should I Tell Them?
They keep asking, Who art thou? I can't make out. What ought to be my answer? ?
A Snow White Smile
Miles away from me A leaf broke off Dejecting the heights And the tree
Dear paper Over here Amongst these cold bloods I can find
I Shall Love You Silently
Be not the rose my dear I don't want the world awe at you be my thorn instead I shall love you silently
My Little brother asked me What is a border? I told him That border is a fancy line
Today when I woke up, I found that I hate the morning I felt strange, so I stepped out, But it was true -
Have you ever felt chill? I felt the chill first When I learned That friendship means nothing great
I fenced round, myself So no right have I To complain about being alone
Here in this grave rests As per the name on it me Six feet of haunted dreams, desires, passions And, and a broken heart
Feels like hell This world And devils its people I,
I fenced round, myself
So no right have I
To complain about being alone
When I shot that coke onto her face
I didn’t know, that I had my heart in it.