Mariam de Haan
Mariam de Haan Poems
|41.||My Kind Of Love||10/21/2012|
|42.||A Letter To A Captain||10/4/2012|
|43.||The Crying Angel||9/20/2012|
|46.||My English Teacher||12/16/2012|
|48.||Apologies To A Prophet||12/10/2014|
|49.||Colours Of Happiness||8/15/2014|
|50.||My True Identity||7/17/2013|
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My True Identity
Yes I know my face is the same
So is my name
And I'm still only partially sane,
But I'm changing.
I found true beauty.
It's always been in front of me
But I guess I was to blind to see.
And I'm happy.
I never understood why they cry when they read the words.
I never understood why a rock meant such worth.
I never understood why they prepare for the worst.
Now look at me.
One chapter and I'm teary.
I stand five times but don't grow weary.
I guess it's because I found me,
My true identity.
The Sidecar Ride
The tyres kiss the tarmac
Pushing us forward
Past the trees and bushes
Past the men and women
Steal into a life
A man cleans his roof
Children go to Sunday prayers
All watching as we rush by
Be amazed as I go by
Something new, different
A motorbike but more
It's little baby setlles beside it