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She is an advocate and educator. A dreamer of sort who contemplates on the meaning of life.

Submitted Poems 10 total

When all this pain

I do wish one day
When all this pain will subside
I could put them to words

Words that I'm longing
To hear, a love to myself
I could ever...

by Saudia Danih

added 1 month ago
How Do You Sleep

How do you sleep in the coldness of the night,
do you tell all the secrets you hide
when everything is out of light
and only pillows are all by your side?

How do you sleep during the rainy night,
do you buried your face deep
to chase...

by Saudia Danih

added 2 months ago
There Should Be Me

At times when the days are tough
while the roads are rough,
there should be me
being soft to myself.

And when the nights are cold
that I could barely hold,
there should be me
being warmth to myself.

So whenever I cry
after failing for...

by Saudia Danih

added 2 months ago

I often remember yesterday, if
only the beauty of life could be changed,
maybe it would be easy to leave.
I also often think about death as
I think about hope.
Maybe I am just tired wrestling with
the old order. And
I wonder how come

by Saudia Danih

added 3 months ago
The Demon In Me

I am afraid of myself again.
The darkness seems to come to me,
And say the words that
I do not want to hear.

Something is eating me up.
In my head, it resides for days
Things I wish I could tell,
Things that keep me awake at night.


by Saudia Danih

added 3 months ago

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Latest Comments: 2 total
wow! I like it!

3 months ago

wow, I feel like the persona really had a lot unanswered questions.

3 months ago


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