Farzeen Rashid


I'm Farzeen Rashid and I absolutely love to write!
I utilize creative writing and poetry to express my inner self and my emotions as well as my thoughts on modern day issues!
I aspire to be a nurse, poet, author and business owner in the future!

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• I created a nonprofit business when I was 15, called the Kindness Worldwide Movement. I also created a blog and YouTube channel dedicated to it as well. I am the author of the blog, I write about all the important issues going on in our world.
• I created a YouTube channel for my art (drawing, painting, arts and crafts, crochet, and embroidery)
• My biggest dream is to publish a book of all my poetry one day, in the form of an anthology.

Half Brother

May 23, 2020


You were ripped apart,
From my mothers heart. 

Torn away forever, 
Forced from all the pressure.

You meant the entire world to her,
The tables turn, now you’re just a stranger. 

Your real mother is forgotten, 
You don’t even know that you’re adopted.

20 years of lies, they pretend you’re their real son, 
Even though you’re my mom’s son, her forever loved one. 

You never returned, it’s been 20 years, 
And you still haven’t found out it appears. 

That you’re not just an only child, rather, 
You have 2 sisters and a witty brother. 

My mother loves you, her heart beats twice for you,
You’re blinded from her love, if only you knew. 

You’ll never ever read this poem, I know,
But I’ll meet you at the end of the rainbow.

When our universe ends,
And another life begins.

One day is for certain, we will meet in heaven, 
When you enter the gates to a place so pleasant. 

And you’ll be called in by your mother’s name,
My mother’s name.

That day you’ll know what’s true,
And how much I love you.

Our words cannot express, 
What our emotions can address.

All the love I have for you is beautiful.
Still, I’ll persist to love you as usual,

Fear my family and keep the damaging truth a secret from you.
For now you’re just a cousin I only see at wedding barbecues. 

Only for a lifetime.
I love you half brother,

I really do.


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