Farzeen Rashid

Canada

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 doctor, poet, author and business owner in the future!

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I genuinely hope you take the time out your day and read my published work, additionally leaving your positive constructive feedback as well.
Thank you so much and have a pleasant day!
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Farzeen Rashid (Canada) published:

Kneeling On My Neck Is A Crime, Not My Skin Colour

PROMPT: The Fight for Justice

“Please, I can’t breathe.”
This is America.
No, it’s not about freedom,
Quite the opposite.
It’s about class and privilege.
We’re put into boxes,
Divided by the colour our skin.
We are the dividers,
The masters of segregation.
An explicit bolder between the rich and the common folk.
The rich being imperceptible,
And miles away from reality.
The common folk,
Constantly manipulated,
And obsessive,
Over the lives of the rich.
Profits made by the rich off of common folk,
The...

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4 days ago

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Farzeen Rashid (Canada) published:

The Killer And The Underdog Can’t Be Friends

FREE WRITING

A good friend is not someone who makes doubtful mistakes that you need to forgive again and again.

A grassland skunk is lonely, so he goes out looking for a friend. 

A good friend is not someone you need to impress and regularly receive a ten out of ten.

“Wanna be my buddy?” is returned with scurrying fear on end. 

A good friend is not someone who asks for things and expects gifts every now and then. 

“Get rid of...

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4 days ago

Farzeen Rashid (Canada) liked Tug-O-War by Farzeen Rashid (Canada)

7 days ago

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Farzeen Rashid (Canada) published:

Tug-O-War

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I wish it was easy to forgive someone who never apologized.
How do I continue living when the scars from the damage you caused still exist?
They’re a constant reminder of what you’ve done to me.
I didn’t need your insincere apology,
I just wanted for you to regret what you did.
I didn’t even need for you to say sorry,
Rather draw the curtains,
And end the irrational hatred you have towards me.
I didn’t hurt you,
So why...

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7 days ago

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Farzeen Rashid (Canada) published:

Kneeling On My Neck Is A Crime, Not My Skin Colour

FREE WRITING

“Please, I can’t breathe.”
This is America.
No, it’s not about freedom,
Quite the opposite.
It’s about class and privilege.
We’re put into boxes,
Divided by the coloured our skin.
We are the dividers, 
The masters of segregation. 
An explicit bolder between the rich and the common folk.
The rich being imperceptible,
And miles away from reality.
The common folk, 
Constantly manipulated,
And obsessive,
Over the lives of the rich.
Profits made by the rich off of common folk,
The...

Seeking Peer Reviews

7 days ago

Farzeen Rashid (Canada) liked My Dad Went To The Moon by Farzeen Rashid (Canada)

9 days ago

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Farzeen Rashid (Canada) published:

My Dad Went To The Moon

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I remember everything that happened that night.
It was vague, 
But the sounds of talking furries on the TV is still definite.  
We were together,
United as one merry family.
But everything changed that night.
I still remember everything.
The naive kindergartener could never possibly forget what happened that night,
Even ten years later. 
I was loved by a family,
Two affectionate parents, 
But internalized hostility was the trespasser of their relationship.
The fights,
The squabbles,
They meddled with the...

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9 days ago