Abortion Poem by Mohammad Akmal Nazir


Rating: 4.5

The blow was very cruel,
The bud could not blossom,
It died underneath,
And who cares?
The loss was a tribute
To the overenthusiasm of sowing the seeds.

Esther Ayala 25 July 2011

I love reading your Poems, though it seems more like Poetry, beautiful! I only wish I could write more poetry. I'm just not good at reading the meanings behind it, I have difficulty in understanding, it takes great talent to do something like that. Please read and rate my poem on an Unborn Child, it is also on abortion.

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Trinny Ruizi 09 July 2011

So true! I liked it, it is good

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Eman Awad 10 July 2011

so simple and really well written, amazing, it describes abortion perfectly well done, rated 10 ofcourse...

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Alistair Fraser-peters 11 July 2011

Its succinctness felt like a very sharp knife suddenly ending a very fragile life and left me momentarily stunned: therefore it has done its job extremely well. I don't like to rate works of art - that's Simon Cowell territory: -)

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Siyabonga Sikhakhane 12 July 2011

Simple and intense I like it

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Sally Plumb Plumb 20 September 2017

Over excited you say.Would have been a good flower.

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Very Philosophical poem. All is accidental and based on probable situations I guess!

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Alex Walker 17 November 2012

This poem really packs a punch. It may be small, but it has so much to read into. I enjoy it.

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Marissa Rodgers 24 September 2012

This poem is very well written and to the point. After reading a second time I read even more into it. Very nice! May God be with and protect all the unborn babies!

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Siyabonga A Nxumalo 16 November 2011

simple and well written, , outstanding..i give you 10++ here Akmal.

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Mohammad Akmal Nazir

Mohammad Akmal Nazir

Bahraich, U.P. India
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