Nasra Al Adawi

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Nasra Al Adawi Poems

1. The Journeys 2/20/2005
2. Living Dead 2/27/2005
3. Love Bites 3/18/2005
4. Written Words 1/24/2005
5. We Have Forgotten 1/24/2005
6. Mother Tree 3/16/2005
7. Against The Turbulences Of Life 3/2/2005
8. Matrimony Betrayal 5/11/2005
9. Reflective Book 3/28/2005
10. Only In Its Moment 7/11/2013
11. The Massacred Of Nature 2/17/2005
12. The Facing 2/15/2005
13. Surfacing 7/23/2006
14. Finding Soul’s Delight 1/24/2005
15. Growing Into A Butterfly 3/14/2005
16. Just When I Thought 4/26/2005
17. Moral Ties 5/26/2005
18. Discard The Cold 1/23/2005
19. My African Lady 3/21/2005
20. Im A Down Syndrome Child 3/10/2005
21. A Woman Like Me 1/24/2005

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A Woman Like Me

I have the will,
To touch the sky
And I do not need any wings
Enabling me to reach that high
Defeat has no definition in my brain
I have the aspiration; I’m set to seize that dream
A woman like me, will reach that far and many miles more..

Maybe, you will find tears
Held in my eyes
Or falling like river
On a terrain of my face
It’s a momentum relief
Giving no answer to resolve the grief
I gather myself
In dignity I embrace
A woman like me, had learned to stand beyond any calamity

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The Massacred Of Nature

Screams continues, into a shallow silence
Distorted faces searching for survivors
Scattered bodies in an aftermath the massacred of nature
Some the earth had swallowed, some drifted by oceanic water
In every corner death has haunted among us many lives
Upon this tragic nothing could be a soother
The tremor of the unexpected: even if it’s the test of God
It just feels wrong and unfair
To be thrown into immense test that we as human kind could hardly bear

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