Lubna Hazeem

Rookie (13/12/1994 / Manama, Bahrain)

Lubna Hazeem Poems

41. Girl 11/20/2009
42. Somewhere 12/1/2009
43. Cloak 12/26/2009
44. Strong 1/4/2010
45. Slow 10/11/2009
46. Breath 10/11/2009
47. Quarantine 10/11/2009
48. Head On The Horizon 10/11/2009
49. Deja Vu 10/11/2009
50. Alive 10/11/2009
51. Leaning Tower 10/11/2009
52. P.S 10/11/2009
53. Oceans 10/12/2009
54. When The World Was Made 10/13/2009
55. Desires 2/7/2010
56. Up 2/8/2010
57. Not A Loser 2/10/2010
58. The In-Between 2/11/2010
59. God Or Man 2/11/2010
60. Love Can Only Be True 2/15/2010
61. Promise 2/21/2010
62. Disconnected Space 3/13/2010
63. Cave Of Mind 3/16/2010
64. Who I Am (2) 3/20/2010
65. Colors 1/29/2010
66. Modern Mechanism111 1/29/2010
67. Poets And Architects 2/3/2010
68. Right Words, Wrong Words 3/21/2010
69. Would Anybody Know? 3/22/2010
70. Surprise 3/22/2010
71. No Man's Country 4/3/2010
72. Cafe 4/20/2010
73. Blood & Fire 6/1/2010
74. The Here And Now 6/29/2010
75. Grace 7/1/2010
76. Come To Me 7/1/2010
77. Emerge 7/1/2010
78. Is It Too Late? 7/3/2010
79. Heart Of Ink 7/6/2010
80. Sometimes 7/12/2010

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Mother Of War

Faint whispers from the hopes we failed
Are carried across the anger of the seas
Towards the shores where greed prevailed
And turned the sands into a liquid of agony

Prayers of peace we no longer see
What we believe is what we repeat
Poems ands songs were made of our words
Still our tangled tongues speak for the world
Counting, how many times you've heard, you've heard
How it all started with the likes of our foolish shepherds

They stood as the mother of war gave birth
Only to be killed and slaughtered afterwards
Our souls felt pain and it made them ...

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Perfect Chemistry

Sunshine reveals my vulnerable shade
Than pouring drops spill my love away
Everything i had was given to take
So long for my effortless waves
So long to you

I wish for things inventors couldn't create
Wrapped in a world of germs and plagues
I wish for today to remain today

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