Mind Songs


Cosmic Verses

Posted on July 24, 2011 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

Verses of the universe * The universe is built upon two major concepts: Balance and harmony and that translate in human terms as justice and peace. * Anarchism can coexist beautifully along with supreme order, and that’s actually what’s happening in the model of the universe, beneath all the apparent chaos that we see there [...]

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Yes I am

Posted on July 9, 2011 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

Yes, I am a Palestinian Yes, I am a Muslim Yes, I am a humanist Yes, I am a woman Yes, I am a mother Yes, I am a grandmother And YES I am a freedom fighter *** I fight for my right to think freely I fight for my right to speak my mind [...]

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A song for Lifta

Posted on July 8, 2011 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian | Edit

A song for Lifta I think of Lifta… I smile…. like a flowerLifta… The healing touch of my grandmother The aroma of her bread, baked with tenderness and love Lifta…The hand of my mother against my face Her gentle fingers running through my curls Lifta…The smile of “Amal” my childhood friend Gazing at Jerusalem in [...]

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Would You?

Posted on July 8, 2011 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

Would You? Who would do as Jesus did? Who would kick the money-lenders out? Of the Land, that is, Holy Of the Temple… Palestine? Who would do as Jesus did? Who would feed the empty tummy? Who would come to aid the frail? Who would lend a helping hand? Who would heal the broken heart? [...]

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A “Benign” culture with “Benign individuals”!

Posted on June 24, 2011 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

By Nahida the Exiled Palestinian This presentation uncovers the side of Jewish-zionist-Israeli face that is kept carefully hidden from the general public. I present it here in all its ugliness, for the sake of truth and truth-seekers. Disclaimer: Quoting people and books is NOT antisemitism “A nation of priests” “Light unto the nations” Come and [...]

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Little Boxes

Posted on March 11, 2011 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

Little Boxes Little boxes… little boxes… little boxes… little boxes… … … … -Do you believe in God? -I am a scientist, I don’t do religion -Do you think we are here for a purpose? -I am a biologist, I don’t do theology -Can you see the splendour in this equation? -I am an artist, [...]

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No escape

Posted on November 15, 2009 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

No escape   In my heart dwells the pain of the oppressed Rivers of their wounds pour down Drenching the ocean of my sorrow   I am the voice of the voiceless The cry of the browbeaten The howl of little ones As they fade away   My whispers shoot like bullets In the ears [...]

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Get to know me

Posted on May 16, 2008 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Get to know me     Physically: Normal looking Sub-normally looked at Abnormally dealt with  Joyfully sad eyes Head inflamed with grey hair Petite for my age Giant with my pain   I would say A beautiful beast Or an ugly butterfly   Emotionally: Extremely sensitive Yet incredibly thick-skinned I feel so much for [...]

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What is going on?

Posted on December 16, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Un-Merry Christmas for me! What is going on?    “Hello is this the Christmas Help Line?”   “Yes… good afternoon and merry Christmas Angela speaking How can I help you? Are you feeling lonely today?”   “Absolutely, awfully lonely And I have a serious problem Grave one without a doubt May be you could [...]

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Clues

Posted on December 16, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Clues    Religions are illogical Irrational There is no room For mind, reason or commonsense   Talk about God… for example You can’t see You can’t smell You can’t hear You can’t touch You can’t taste You can’t comprehend You can’t prove   Therefore God can’t be real He said   Can you see [...]

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The mystery of the ring

Posted on December 16, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  The mystery of the ring     Once upon a time I was busy cooking In the kitchen Suddenly… I was struck By a shiny ring glowing On the corner of the worktop I picked up… looked at it Examined it It’s definitely not mine Whose is it? Where did it come from? Who [...]

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No chance by chance

Posted on December 16, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

    No chance by chance      Dears Please listen carefully And let maths speaks   For an “average sized” single protein To form by chance From a group of amino acids The probability is:   Not one in a million Not one in a billion Not one in a trillion Not even one [...]

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Love impossible

Posted on December 16, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

    Love impossible     You’re all around me The air I breathe I am longing to touch   You’re my humming heartbeats That keeps me going But I’m failing to hear   You are my fascinating vision I frantically follow In vain craving to see   You’re the sane-side of my mind Giving [...]

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Life on hold

Posted on December 14, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Life on hold   With my roots uprooted Swinging like a pendulum Exile…home… exile… home…exile…   Where my culture is not celebrated But threatened with extinction   Torn between two paradoxical worlds My tortured soul exists  In a state of permanent suspension   Life on hold   With my heart torn apart I dangle [...]

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Get to know me

Posted on December 11, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Get to know me   Physically: Normal looking Sub-normally looked at Abnormally dealt with  Joyfully sad eyes Head inflamed with grey hair Petite for my age Giant with my pain   I would say A beautiful beast Or an ugly butterfly   Emotionally: Extremely sensitive Yet incredibly thick-skinned I feel so much for all [...]

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Shocking news

Posted on December 5, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Shocking news  “In your religion… … …” “Hey… hey… stop there I don’t have a religion I don’t believe in God I am a secular… atheist”   “Oh… but you do dear You do have a religion When you accept as true something Without any decisive evidence You simply believe   Mathematically speaking The [...]

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Thank you

Posted on November 29, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Thank you So, let me get this straight: You tear my veil to free me You jail me to rid me of my terror You kill my beloved to liberate me You shoot my baby to erase my misery You starve me to show me how to vote You threaten me to bring me [...]

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Stone the terrorist

Posted on November 29, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Stone the terrorist   No one knows my real name No one cared to ask An alien entity… with lost identity   To some I’m the manifestation Of the horror of the newspapers The wicked one  Plotting with the axis of evil   To others I’m the one Who ascended from the past’s graveyard [...]

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Snakes and ladders

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  Snakes and ladders  All of a sudden The game starts   With a peculiar 2D cube in your hand You begin at a precise point  Of time and space   You toss your magical dice That only has two sides A “good” and a “bad”   What is more bizarre about this gamble Is [...]

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Beyond the veil

Posted on November 25, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

   Beyond the veil My modest dress that you see  As a sign of oppression Is for me the symbol of ultimate liberation   It urges you to look beyond the veil To peel the skin To peep through the physical The limited… the confined Straight into the essence The infinite … the boundless   [...]

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About Chains

Posted on November 24, 2006 by nahida the Exiled Palestinian |

  About Chains  How strange are chains They remind me of many things! Of slavery, of captivity  Lack of freedom Injustice, inequality And oppression   Yet, they remind me of unity as well Of extending hands  Reaching out Hand in hand, connecting And the strength of togetherness   The paradox of chains is… The paradox [...]

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