Tag Archives: my poetry

First Rain

Walking to my car in a warm day and there it is… wet floors water, touching my face. landing on my glasses. “What the hell?” “Why now?” I say to myself out loud. The first rain not in a good place. I’m not prepared for it. My favorite rain. Not when I’m expecting it. It […]

Tick-tock

Tick-tock The clock is ticking A day Few hours Few minutes Until the big day The big day is by all means Not my wedding Not The big day But my big day My birthday! The day I turn 29 Twenty nine My twenties are almost over I only have one last year And then […]

My home town, not my homeland

I should be entirely ashamed of my feelings. I should repent the way I feel. I was driving back to the my home town, to see my family. I do that every other weekend. The minute I entered my hometown, instead of feeling nostalgic I felt alienated. I cursed my home town. I cursed my […]

It’s Christmas Today -a poem from 2012

Dear readers, I would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy and hopeful new year. I would like to take this opportunity to share a poem I wrote and share every single year on Christmas, just because it means a lot to me. I wrote it in times of agony […]

Time to stop , in the middle.

A young girl foolish naive. Living in a world of deceit. Looking for escapades. Reckless, not adventurous. Rebellious by heart, not by mind. Hungry for passion… It’s time to stop! But no… one last time. Or more last times. More… last times. Stop. This satanic notorious habit. Take a stand. act. Save yourself, young and foolish […]

Goodbye January

Originally posted on Strawberry Fields:
January, the coldest of months, where is your fresh beginning? Where are the dreams and hopes you have promised? January, the month of mystery, the month of melancholy, where nothing is lucid and pure. January, Where is your faith in us and humanity? Where is your cordiality? I sense nothing but…

Last day of the year

It’s suddenly the end the last day of the fourteenth year of this new millennium. The beginning of the millennium was only yesterday and still these fourteen years have passed quickly. I was a child back then and now a woman I am. Was innocent and now experienced with dark magic. A sinner I become […]

It’s Christmas today – a poem

I wrote this poem two years ago on Christmas day (on my previous blog). I was going through tough times back then and I was feeling different than today/this year. I sent this poem to some of my friends and they thought it is sad and they didn’t like it. Of course they didn’t. One […]

My October

It happens early or just earlier than  expected. The first drops of rain I learned to hate through the years. But this is the time my own month to feel cheer.   It will take up another year to bring back the heat I had during summer time. I wrote songs of love and freedom […]

Her Eyes

Originally posted on Strawberry Fields:
She is a woman. A beautiful woman, full of life, she has a wild spirit of love. She dances like the waves, so delicately and gracefully. She walks like the wind, so lightly. She smiles like a child, so innocently. But her eyes, they’re tired, full of sadness, full of…

The voice of Palestine

You voraciously craved for me, even before you met me, you were eager to claim me. You grabbed me by the hand, and dragged me with you. You started disrobing me while I resisted. You had more power and there you told me you’re entitled to possess me. It is your right, you claimed. After […]

Into the Essence of Cold

Wonder and wonder, where all lies and goes, between the roofs and the higher trees, all of which melancholic. Grieving with love, cleansing, what goes beyond this God forsaken place, wretched with hope. The desires of the green land are desperate to evolve, to become pure and crystal. All lost in the sea of faith […]