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Hana Moosa

Writer | Poetess| Entrepreneur| Freelancer | Workaholic | Social Worker|
The Bottle

The Bottle

My shape was that With curves I had a seal Once broken Always easier to open Always vulnerable to lose the Lid but the air that entered was of affection was of freedom maybe everything had its price the part…
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MAKEUP

MAKEUP

You know the part where I wore it Not the part where it wore off The makeup that wasn’t mask On my skin, it held To hide my blemishes Or enhance my features Yet the tale of my kohl Being…
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The Proposal

The Proposal

Junior school, she walked in With wrinkled uniform From the gate till the Class, I watched her We drifted to different school Yet I watched her We drifted to different cities And yet I watched her Finally lending my rose…
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I am SCARED,

I am SCARED,

I am SCARED, Dreams are the biggest delusions that we possess until and unless we work for it. The endless the scheme of judgmental world has become our handcuffs to try anything that is linked with “risk”. Uninviting insecurities build…
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