24/F/Pakistan Nida Mahmoed is a Pakistan’s first feminist English poet. She is the author of Broken Women of the Mountains and Movement or Belief. Throughout her poetry, she engages with the themes of feminism, love and healing. 252 followers / 978 words
When a brave woman holds your heart; you can leave them all you like, but her bravery is in not letting you leave her, It's a feeling that arises with the sun as it appears in the sky the next morning, its circle of chase, night appears to die in the arms of dawn and it happens the same when you find a brave woman in your life so you just want to die in her arms!
Depression is not a mental state, It's a time when a world leaves a person and you start thinking, you have to stay alone forever and ever, So there a torture begins and it lasts till you won't find a shoulder to cry!
Woman is not born to seal her lips, Woman is not born to never speak about her rights, dreams, desires, and her songs, Let her speak, Let her sing her songs, don’t seal her lips, don’t frantic from her songs, Her songs won’t make you small, hurt, and broken!