Two poems with a fresh diction

Ayesha SalmanAyesha Salman is a sensitive writer. Like many new writers, she is searching for the right publisher. She is currently revising the manuscript of her first novel.

I am posting her two moving poems “Mother” and “Love”. Her poem Mother was earlier published in the Smoke magazine, UK. I like her imagery that is both stark and colourful. Both the poems have a haunting quality

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Published in: on August 10, 2006 at 5:55 am  Comments (10)  

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  1. Interesting. thanks. great blog..

  2. Naveed, thanks…

  3. i hate this poem…. it sucks i dont know what it means and i know that alot of us dont but work harder and maybe you will find or do better work k but you are pretty so there is a plus for you

    • Just because you didnt understand her beautiful poem does not mean it “sucks”, yes you can hate it, but dont insult her by following idiotic stereotypes and asuming ,in lack of a better fraise, you shit doesnt stink. If you don’t understand something, move on, don’t comment on it and make youself look like an idiot.

  4. Both poems are beautiful..a touching simplicity and sensitive exploration of meaning.I loved this oriental depth of feelling in approaching both topics:mother and love.I’m a poet myself and I felt and was moved by the tenderness of what you tried to express. Thank you

  5. Very VERY beautiful and well written poems. i loved LOVER more than mother but mother was still amazingly well written and worded. you seem like a EXTREMELY wonderful writer… you will go far. mah ehs alamie…

  6. “hate”, “sucks”? Just because you didn’t “understand” Ayesha’s work surely does not warrant a reaction as violent and extreme as yours Jessica. If I were you, I’d refrain from speaking on behalf of all the other readers.

    Please don’t blame your inabilitiy to understand something on another person’s efforts to express herself.

    Ayesha – I love your work – “always have”.

    Cheers!

  7. […] weight of this growing abyss By RR A new poem by Ayesha Salman. The images are stark and the colours surreal. Please do comment so AS gets some feedback from the […]

  8. I r form Pakistan lololoololol

  9. i hate this poem…. it sucks i dont know what it means and i know that alot of us dont but work harder and maybe you will find or do better work k but you are pretty so there is a plus for you


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