Tuesday, July 01, 2014

A letter to my mam

Tired I am tonight,  mam.
Holding inside me a pain of whole town.
Living a story that schehrizade didn't tell in thousand night and one night.
The face I see in the mirror is older tens of years from mine.
In my eyes I see no hope,  no light,  no sunshine.
Even my heartbeat seems to annoy me.
I don't know me mam!
My thoughts are crisd cross,
My plans are no plans.
The minutes are passing as weeks.
Even the seconds don't pass, mam!
I was lost in iraq ! So I flee out.
Now I am lost in Jordan ,mam! 

And if you want to hear a joke.  I just knew that I am expecting a baby. . so I am going to be a mother,  mam!

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8 comments:

Jan said...

Hadia,
Even times are not only hard and scary I like to congrat you with having a baby. I read all about Aya a long time ago. You were proud and happy. Be that with your own child in time.

take care,
Jan

Zirkuskind said...

Just read your interview on http://www.zeit.de and hope you are save. The things which happen to your homecountry are too big for me to understand, but I send you lots of good thoughts and strength from Germany.

Rike

Hadia said...

Jan, Rike. .. Thanks in advance

Jan said...

You're Welcome Hadia. Thanks for your reply. I read the interview on der Zeit-online. It's good to hear that you've got a place to sleep.

take care,
Jan

Hannah Stringer said...

Dear Hadia,
My name is Hannah. I've been following your blog since 2012. I just wanted to let you know that I enjoyed your book, Iraqi Girl. As an American, your book and blog helped me understand The Iraq War from a different point of view. Finally, I want to let you know, I hope that you and your family are safe. Furthermore, You are in my thoughts and prayers daily.
sincerely, Hannah

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jarvenpa said...

Oh, Hadia, may you be safe. May your child be born in good times. Know that many hold you in their hearts.

Cathy Dadson said...

Haida, being a mother will be the best thing in your life. It will be hard being a refugee but you can become a light for the world. Keep love in your heart and know that you make a big difference in lives around the world! May Allah give you peace.