sania bashir


A Mishap - Poem by sania bashir

The day i was six, met a mishap unknown,
with a drizzling passage of pattern to be known!


a car which have a family of five.....
me, my parents and the two the sisters on side


Everything have changed within in a blink of an eye,
the hustle-bustle of the family of five


A disastorous accident we met within a while
and so were the seats above, the wheels seems to be very high...


The car with rolling-falling of two three jerks,
A small hand down the whole car, with the other harsh wound on the head apart!


The locale was misery for all of us! ! !
A nine bean rows and a pitty lurch


Swiftly aroses the hands of help swing,
Everyone seems to be now and then a kith & kin!


Then acry and weep knotted atlast of a littel girl,
Who has her head chiseld of shape 'L'....


Hurried down the ma'mma tp the hospital without any shoes,
Undergoes the girl with the stiches of 22


Alas! was the begnning of life blessed by the God
The mishap was not so acute, to be forgotten at all....: '(


Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is something a real mishap (unfortunate accident) faced by me and my family in ksa when i was just 6 years old...........
we all met an bad accident while coming from school to home........unpredictly it; started to rain and by this or which Allah knows, by the end of the turn the car went out of track...........
and just within no time the car got to have 2-3 rools..............and fell on ground whith the tires being at the top and we down.......

For a moment i felt that i was dreaming....but the hue and the cry make me awake..........
we all escape from an open window, except my younger sister who was just 7 had her hand trapped down the car............ and my younger sis who was 4 and half had her skin layer turned off of head as the brimming to be two layers! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ....

The saudi's came for help............and we sat down immediately to one's car and rushed down to the hospital.......... on spot my younger sister got 22 stitches...........she fainted bacause of pain! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ....
Alas! we can say that it was the prayer of peopls who save our family even from a dreadful accident! ! ! ! ! .......alahamdulillah! ! !

Comments about A Mishap by sania bashir

  • Stevie Taite (12/23/2012 1:08:00 PM)

    So glad to hear you are all ok! It was a very articulately described poem of your tale, fitted into rhyme so well! Thank you for sharing with us! (Report)Reply

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  • Elena Sandu (12/16/2012 7:22:00 PM)

    Oh dear, I fought my tears back. Cars could be the worst enemy of life. Yet here I feel it gave a chance for people to share pure love, such I believe could be the prayers you mentioned here...Thank you for share, glad all of you are ok. (Report)Reply

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  • Sania Bashir (8/14/2012 10:50:00 AM)

    That's very true any day you live, thank the Almighty...u never know which could be your last moment...truly a lesson for those who do not give importance to what they had cz once u lose them at ny instance, you may or may not have it back...
    than'Q Kelly for appreciating my poems
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  • Sania Bashir (8/14/2012 10:45:00 AM)

    yeah Adam surely it was a blessing that we are safe and well now Alhamdulillah...and than a loads for appreciating my poem... (Report)Reply

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  • Kelly Seale (8/12/2012 5:04:00 PM)

    What a tramatic event you had when you were young, I am glad it was not so severe that would cause you much pain and sadness... from this was a lesson learned... treat each day as your last,
    for no one promised you tomorrow. Very good write Sania! ! ! My pleasure!
    -Kelly.
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  • Adam Mckim (8/12/2012 4:30:00 PM)

    So sad this happened to you but glad that everything turned out ok for you. It made a good poem and you wouldn't have been able to write it if it wasn't for your blessing. (Report)Reply

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  • Sania Bashir (8/12/2012 2:20:00 PM)

    yeah by the grace of ALMIGHTY ALLAH we are Alhamdolilalh n too read your poem was very sad may ALLAH(SWT) gives us patience….this poem is very close to my heart…thank u tons for appreciating
    ‘em (-:
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  • Saadat Tahir (7/12/2012 3:42:00 PM)

    a touching vivid scene...so easy to identify with for those who have gone through such trauma...
    well thought painful lines.... mercifully dint result in lasting damage

    tc
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 12, 2012



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