Mariam de Haan

Rookie - 124 Points (04 October 1993 / Pemba, Tanzania)

Mariam de Haan Poems

1. La Petite Môme 9/20/2012
2. The Sidecar Ride 9/20/2012
3. Confined Living 9/20/2012
4. Terror 9/20/2012
5. Look Up To See 9/23/2012
6. Watching The Seasons 9/24/2012
7. Beauty Of Fools 9/26/2012
8. God's Miracle 10/21/2012
9. The Land 12/12/2012
10. Reading Into It 12/12/2012
11. The Tree Of Sin 12/16/2012
12. The Girl That Lives In Dreams 12/16/2012
13. The Language Thieves 1/7/2013
14. Reason Vs. Lust 1/18/2013
15. Young Beauty 1/18/2013
16. A Country Not A Home 2/17/2013
17. Just Because 3/1/2013
18. In The Memory Of A Man 3/23/2013
19. Detainees 4/16/2013
20. The Forgotten 12/15/2013
21. A White Wall 12/15/2013
22. Hagia Sophia's Embrace 12/29/2013
23. Nightmares In The Day 1/26/2014
24. Cha Kwetu (Our Own) 2/16/2014
25. Third World 5/2/2014
26. Ask Yourself 8/2/2014
27. The Story Of Spice Islander 9/9/2014
28. Nature's Love Story 10/11/2014
29. Savage At Heart 12/15/2013
30. Listen 2/1/2015
31. Onward 6/20/2014
32. Quick Question 12/4/2012
33. A Cup Of Tea 12/4/2012
34. Another Poem 10/7/2012
35. The Story Of Two 9/24/2012
36. Breathing 9/20/2012
37. Bodysurfing 9/20/2012
38. An Angry Woman's Prayer 2/24/2013
39. To My English Teacher 1/26/2015
40. Apologies To A Prophet 12/10/2014
Best Poem of Mariam de Haan

Unconventional Love

The night sky glitters outside the plane window
I would send you a picture
But things like these are only meant for our eyes.
In that night sky the terrorist told the freedom fighter,
Let me bathe amongst the stars with you
There in the darkness of my heart I’ll wait for you
We’ll dot the word of our Lord in Pali, Arabic, Hebrew and Sanskrit.
I’ll wait for you to lighten this darkness
With your love and co-existence.
But it was too late
The sun blasted into the sky
The way bombs blast the homeland
The terrorist cheated on the freedom fighter with the ...

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A Dream

I look at Paulo Coelho's blog
And I see ten's of thousand's of followers
At each word he writes
He gains ever more fans
And I have nothing
Except one or two faithful friends

Oh Allah will I too gain notice?
Will publishers look at my work

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