Poems of Kazi Maisha
|1.||A Message To All Bullies||3/24/2014|
|2.||'Daddy, I Love You'||5/19/2014|
|3.||I Am Who I Am||1/5/2014|
|4.||My Unapproved Love For Chocolate||12/30/2013|
|5.||On Behalf Of Barbies||4/14/2014|
|6.||Our True Friend||3/23/2014|
|8.||Taking Off The Doll Mask||3/27/2014|
|9.||The True Worth Of Quotes||12/31/2013|
|10.||Time To Get Up||12/28/2013|
|11.||We Better Watch Our Mouths (Hello)||2/1/2014|
|12.||Were We The Same?||5/21/2014|
The True Worth Of Quotes
I was once told that reality is much different from quotes
That life ain't no to-be fairytale, it's a drowning boat
Well, I want to know then how were quotes made
Did all wise quote-sayers make their dreams said?
Or did they make their life the best and then retold it?
When Martin Luther King Jr. said that he has a dream to meet
Was that a fairytale?
When people talk about true love is that something just a tale?