Eid Mubarak || Feelings Out.

Last year you came home to celebrate eid,

with you came happiness and peace,

laughter, and ease.

We talked so little,

’cause we were busy working and kind of awkward.

The distant between families had become our enemy.

We didn’t meet much maybe that’s why there was awkward silence.

We became friends a few months back

after our family came together.

After a long battle of egos,

we became friends.

But this eid I have no one.

Not you not your mom.

I miss you so much,

I wish I could see you once more.

Just one last time to tell you how much I love you and care about you, my baby sister.

This eid there are no laughters no ease,

no happiness and no peace.

We feel the awkward silence again

but this time it’s not because of the ego

or the family fights

but because this time,

there are two people less in the family to fight,

two people less to balance our lives.

This eid all we can do is remember the old times.

Last eid you came home,

this eid we are busy doing your death rites.

I miss you both…

Poetry by Suzan khoja

Happy Eid Mubarak to all Muslims out there. Hang on, times are bad but we are together.

Pic credit: weareyuvaa (Instagram).

Thank you for your valuable time. Stay Safe🙏🙏.

11 thoughts on “Eid Mubarak || Feelings Out.

  1. Eid Mubarak to you, hope you strive safely in the difficult times and bring faith to others as well

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  2. Eid Mubarak to you. Dear Suzan I am impressed with the quality of poetry you shared with us. I can very well feel the waves within your heart which actually provoked you to write this beautiful piece. Keep going dearie

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  3. You wrote a lovely heartfelt tribute here, Suzan.
    Our thoughts are with you.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

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  4. Eid Mubarak!! Totally loved it. Great post.

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  5. I don’t know whether the tribute is for your closed ones or not, certainly, I can say the poetry is heartwarming. Happy Belated Eid.

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  6. Eid Mubarak. Loved your poem. The feelings are very well described in depth.

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  7. This is the first blog I am reading to see the perosn taking about feelings and opening it up in front of several. I have always loved you dear and also want to be like you. You made me cry. Wonderful peace 😘

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  8. Shreeja Samadder May 16, 2021 — 11:21 pm

    Eid Mubarak. I loved the poem. Hope you and you family had a wonderful and safe Eid.

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  9. Nicely written! Interesting material, it is clear that the author tried.

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