Poetry

Thank You (A Poem)

“Thank you is such a small word, but it says so much. It contains so much emotion, like the vast ocean, like the neverending desert. Thank you, it softens our hearts, it breaks our heart. Thank you, it leaves a deep scar, it burns, it stings, and it creates a wound that could never be […]

Poetry

The Stranger (A Poem)

Giggles surround me like the subtle tune of the black and white keys, I’m happy, but I’m not happy. I want to laugh with them too, Know their inside jokes, rhythm and feel what they are feeling, But I’m outside their group, alone, knees to my chest, in my own universe, as they say. Call […]

Poetry

The Taste of Black (A Poem)

Bitter to the tongue; like over-brewed coffee or ninety percent dark chocolate, a heavy lump down my throat, I crave for sweet water. Not too hard to describe, but not too easy to understand. Like blood, just not sweet. The metallic taste everyone knows, but no one can bear. An addiction, an overdose, never tiring, […]

Poetry

Grandma’s Kitchen (A Poem)

Yellow cabinets, like sunflowers are planted on top of floral walls, the sink is clean; the lemon scent still lingering in the corners,  the cooker whistles, and the sound echoes excitedly, bringing smiles to the waiters, making Grandma herself hurry to the stove.  The smell of meat overpowers everything; as every second passes by, our […]

Poetry

Out of Reach

“The sea divides us, The path is long, narrow and tiring. I am low on cash, But my heart is filled with your memories. I try to find ways to reach you, But all in vain. I want to surprise you, See the disbelief expression on your face, And thereupon hug you tightly without turning […]