It covered my brother in its dressing,
Now it fills me up and it’s quite depressing.
Easily he fought the illness and then set it free,
Undoubtfully, he has proved to be an inspiration for me.

How will I be satisfied without posing in the mirror,
What will I do without the spice in my fillers.
But without school I’ll be able to study willingly for the CIEs,
Still what will I just do with the books, the tv and the numb me.

Like a couch potato I’ll lounge and chat with my mates,
Like a believer, I’ll have faith, I’ll tolerate and just wait.
For the remaining days, with the surrounding I’ll try to cope,
And make the most out of the ticking clock, I hope.
Tick Tick Tick!

PS: Folks this is the very first poem I’ve ever written. So don’t really judge the writing. πŸ˜›

Sarrah Mustafa Malirwala

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13 thoughts on “Daastan-e-PoPs:P

  1. Sarah Munawar

    A poem which I will take ages to analyse! πŸ˜›
    Haha but if the first go is so good then I am sure we will receive much more poetic poems from you! πŸ™‚

    • Haha, I wanted it to be like that. Thank you thank you!(:
      Plus would like to say that the things I mentioned are just to give shape to the poem. There are a load of things I’ll miss… Especially the Milaad festivities. 😦

  2. Shamuil

    Nice one:)

  3. ibrahim shabbir

    gud first try…….

  4. hahahaaha Sarrah its wonderful! πŸ˜€ I loved it ! πŸ™‚ Write more of poems too from now on. πŸ˜€

  5. Sarrahhh love the title:P
    ehehe! wwelcome back missy!:)

  6. An excellent try for a first timer…

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