i m just a girl

i was born to be a kid

i dont knw when i became an elder son to my parents

elder to my siblings

a listener to my friends to pamper them

but all in all i m just a girl

i did learn to defeat

i did learn to face all the mishap

i learn to live up with my all unfortunates

n i lived up to be very strong, indeed

after all i m a girl

i still pretended to beΒ courageous

i still had faced this world

i m still living after being unfavourable

n i m still calm

after all this i m a girl

17 thoughts on “i m just a girl

  1. fahad naeem says:

    Very nice poem, Reflecting your life πŸ™‚ Good that someone is writing except ‘love’

  2. Asma Khan says:

    A short story of any girl, but has wide meaning.
    Anyways good job πŸ™‚

  3. way to go, vivid and magical write.

  4. Maroof A says:

    Tells a lot about you. Keep it up πŸ™‚

  5. Aasiyah says:

    I appreciate the thought of the whole literary piece but I would suggest something. Some parallelism perhaps, maybe in the organization of thoughts or how one concept connects to another. And sometimes, when someone hears “just a girl,” often we connect a gender lens through it but in this case… it is not. So, try to probably specify what kind of girl are we talking about… taking it away from the typical gender association we do with it. πŸ™‚ But, otherwise, you are on a good start here. Write more.

  6. anummunaf says:

    hm thnx…….. but i was writing something n wrote something elsee
    n about this i havent have written it rough to make corrections in it 😦

  7. After all it’s just a good poem. πŸ™‚

    but dunno how was the inner thoughts of it. I hope you are courageous, polite, strong and kind

  8. Asma says:

    hey why so touchy touchy:P

  9. There is great strength in staying calm ….as it’s much easier said than done.

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