The poem I sent in for the English Literature Competetion in Dubai about identity.
I am cautious, careful and curious;
Barely serious and rarely furious.
I am patient, playful and passionate.
Although it’s painful I am compassionate.
I am a Sagittarius, stubborn but soft.
I lose lots of things that are probably somewhere in a loft.
I am always absent in my own planet
And have trouble spelling pomegranate.
I am a thinker, a reader currently growing
I rarely assume without knowing.
I am a defender of my rights and my opinions.
I also think it’d be great if I had millions of minions.
When there is pressure I can get nauseous
And I am certainly far from flawless.
I am a sore loser but only because I love to win
And I’ll stay with you through thick or thin.