Trauma introduces therapy in the day to day. The long walk Underwater swims Train rides and buses to them Memories turned short stories And therapy introduces trauma to the same. The paralyzing song The suffocating scent Worst case scenario daydreams And what’s strange is that though I see Palestine everywhere, around every corner, the sounds... Continue Reading →

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On Denials & Affirmation of Exile

When I was a child, my mother asked me on a regular basis what I wanted to be when I grew up. Every time, the answer was different, but almost always, it was one I knew she’d approve of, keep her excited until the next time she asked. My father thought my curiosity and indecision... Continue Reading →

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