Tuesday, November 17, 2009

whats in your briefcase?


Thursday, November 12, 2009


friends with my monster

the lonely monster awaits
till its pitch black to attack
i wait till he is near
and invite the monster in
he is surprised by my initial reaction
yet it becomes a welcoming distraction
what a funny thing
to be-friend the creature that taunts you


Monday, November 9, 2009

do you find this offensive? or ...

I find this shirt, which I found on karmaloop.com, very offensive. What do you think? Am I being overly dramatic?

alone in the unknown

the lights escapes through slivers of your hair
shining onto me
i can feel the suns warmth
i soak it in
stare into oblivion

i wait.

is this just a dream?
when will i wake up?
i hope i don't wake up
to find myself alone in the unknown
i am startled when you say something
your words are distant, far away
you reach out for me
invite me into you
pull me in closer, closer
so close, but never close enough

my hand makes itself at home
where your heart is
a passionate embrace
a soft sweet kiss
i pull back and study your face
count your freckles

i awaken
you are gone
i cannot find you
so i lay here alone in the unknown
& this is my reality
without you

ill see you again, in my dreams


Monday, November 2, 2009

halloween sd to sb :)

a man runs over his OWN daughter, smh

(CNN) -- A 20-year-old woman from Iraq has died in an Arizona hospital, nearly two weeks after her father, police say, ran her over with a car because she had become "too Westernized."

Noor Faleh Almaleki died Monday of injuries suffered when she was run over October 20 in a parking lot in the Phoenix suburb of Peoria, Arizona, police there said. Authorities said they expect to change the aggravated assault charge against her father, Faleh Hassan Almaleki, 48, to more severe counts after meetings with prosecutors, Peoria police announced.

Peoria police said Faleh Hassan Almaleki believed his daughter had become "too Westernized" and had abandoned "traditional" Iraqi values. Peoria police spokesman Mike Tellef told CNN the family moved to the Phoenix area in the mid-1990s, and Almaleki was unhappy with his daughter's style of dress and her resistance to his rules.

After the incident, Almaleki's father drove to Mexico, abandoning his vehicle in Nogales, Peoria police said. He then made his way to Mexico City and boarded a plane to Britain, where authorities denied him entry into the country and put him on a plane back to the United States, police said.

A friend of the daughter, Amal Edan Khalaf, 43, also suffered serious injuries in the attack, police said. Almaleki faces a separate aggravated assault charge in connection with her injuries.

He is currently held in Phoenix, with bail has been set at $5 million, Tellef said.



when i love, i love hard.. that is why i dont just give my heart to anybody. i dont want to invest my time & heart into someone who is incapable of returning that same love, time, and effort. i dont want to give my all to someone who does not deserve it; so until then ill patiently wait. wait for something, settle for nothing... & focusing on bettering myself in the meantime