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Fida Islaih
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Author + Poet. Journaler.
Author + Poet. Journaler.

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Imperfect Boss Reflection
Hello Poetteers, I'm grateful for this campaign. When I heard of it before I thought it was great but I thought I had nothing to say. Seeing other posts I realized I have things to confess but I'm scared of saying them. I missed the opportunity. This time I...

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Repetitive Poetry Titles
Hello Poetteers, The title is almost as important as the poem itself. Not all my poems include the title within the poem. And that's okay. I believe that most of the time the title of the poem should be within the poem. Together, it connects the two. It giv...

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Poems: Za'atar and Zaytoon
Hello Poetteers, As people read HER OLIVES I realized I should have added a glossary. Here are two new poems to help you better understand the other poems. Olives in Arabic is zaytoon Olives are this dark green color of brownish green of nature and it's fru...

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Poets of Faith
Hello Poetteers,  As a Muslim poet I love reading poems that show one’s faith in God whether they are a muslim or not. Even if not muslim you can feel their belief and strength for their faith. It is something you want and are reminded to keep in your heart...

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Her Olives 3rd Anniversary
Hello Poetteers,  Today is the 3rd book anniversary of my poetry book, Her Olives ! With that, I give you a new poem. Traditional Dress She is given a gift of a dress and thought of it only as that loving the design on the cloth not knowing the depth of the...

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Changing A Poem
Hello Poetteers, I always see my poems become something different from the original idea. Sometimes the first stanza stays or I remove it because my poem ends differently than how it started. That change in topic of a poem is what gets me in a groove to wri...

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Curse in Poetry
Hello Poetteers, I don’t curse in my own poems and don't like reading it in other poems. In other poems, I may give an exception. Curses in poetry take away from the poem. I skip over it. They feel like something extra. It's unnecessary. I don't like it but...
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