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Self

written by: Raeesa Usmani

@RaeesaUsmani

 

Self needs darkness
to come fore.

Brightness
A veil to real.

Hidden is not always precious
It can be scary.

The undercover self
is ambiguous.

True self reveals
amongst the less fortunate
the most appropriate victims
the Soft Targets
with No Voice.

Raeesa Usmani

Raeesa Usmani

Ms. Raeesa Usmani is a Teaching Assistant at the Department of Biotechnology, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat, Gujarat, India. She was awarded Gold Medal in Master of Arts at Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat. She has received Master of Philosophy degree in literature, in the genre of Travel Writing. Currently she is pursuing PhD. She writes creatively and critically as well. She has published poems and research papers in varied International Journals and magazines so far. Her areas of interest include Travel Writing, Applied Linguistics, English Language Teaching, Gender Studies, Translation Studies, World Literature, English Literature, and partition Literature.
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