A young poetess

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Adeeba Malik

 

Wearing innocent smile and muddled in the room of books, Adeeba Malik, 11, a student of SRM Welkin School Sopore, is a state distinction holder of number of national competitive exams.

Adeeba, locally known as Niddu, has tried her luck in poetry also. A vivid reader has qualified national exams like, Science Olympaid, Orang exam and Tallentax, if we name few.

Having Mathematics and Science as her favourite subjects, Adeeba is writing poetry at her young age. She has also been a regular student of local Madrassa.

Adeeba said, “I learn poetry at my home. I take guidance from my elder brothers and sisters. My parents are my support system and teachers nurture me with their mentorship. Poetry has been my passion and I try to learn more about the same. The journey is long but I wish to enjoy it with thrill and to acquire knowledge simultaneously.”

 

Here are some excerpts from poetry of Adeeba Malik:

The Pain,

The Rain,

And the Wind sighing so hard

On me,

Fully I can feel in my

Mind’s eye is all I got in Vain.

 

Mistress has sank from the rank

In a flash of single snap,

Fully I can feel in my

Mind’s eye is all got in ruin.

 

The time is sucking me,

No one plucking me,

Fully I can feel in my

Mind’s eye is all got out of luck.

 

Getting so far,

Me being tar,

I can’t even spar.

Fully I can feel in my

Mind’s eye is All got out so bizarre.

 

I have got so scars

Through these wars

Get me so far,

To the farthest star.

Fully I can feel in my

Mind’s eye is all I got is char.

 

Someone help me,

To get out of this flee.

How would I do,

How would I tackle so,

To make myself again glee.

 

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