All curves and silhouettes

under the state of erratic waning,

and the twilight seems invidious.

It simply can’t let the sun hide away

when darkness is just another name for night.

The night where fear consumed

into its deepest shade..

I remember,

the colour of fear is never dark or black;

it is having the colour of thunderbolt;

usually white,

but can appear in different hues

depending on how the fear travels through

to get in your heart.

So, I prefer

to let my heart take it all in;

because nothing is dismayed

in front of a vincible fright.

Munia Khan

Munia Khan was born on a spring night of 15th March in the year 1981. Most of her works are poems of different genres, short stories and articles. She is the author of three poetry collections : 'Beyond The Vernal Mind' (USA, September 6th, 2012), 'To Evince The Blue' (USA, October 29th, 2014),and 'Versified' (Tel Aviv, Israel, October 25th, 2016) and also her ever first inspirational book is called ‘Attainable’ ( USA, June 2nd, 2020) Her works have been translated into various languages: Japanese, Romanian, Urdu, Italian, Dutch, Croatian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Albanian, Finnish, Greek, Indonesian, Turkish, Arabic, Bengali and in Irish language. Her poetry has been published in Brave Voices Poetry Journal, October Hill Magazine, Tuck and many others.

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