Dalia :)

I survived the Genocide

daliaoma:

Son, go tell the world wide

That I survived the genocide.

Tell them from the east to the west

From the south to the north,

What do the pain in my chest,

The grief, the suffering worth.

We lost much, yet it’s glorious victory

Some doubt, but it is now in history

We bravely fought together

And then achingly sighed

Be sure we will build it better

That is the bright side.

by Dalia Alnajjar

http://daliaalnjjar.wordpress.com 

I survived the Genocide

Son, go tell the world wide

That I survived the genocide.

Tell them from the east to the west

From the south to the north,

What do the pain in my chest,

The grief, the suffering worth.

We lost much, yet it’s glorious victory

Some doubt, but it is now in history

We bravely fought together

And then achingly sighed

Be sure we will build it better

That is the bright side.

by Dalia Alnajjar

http://daliaalnjjar.wordpress.com 

How would you explain colors to a blind man?
Colors?
they are vivid beauty that teemed with life and passion, they are dulcet taste for our sight, the mellifluous tune to our eyes, yet they are bewildering, they are like a strong gale that can change the whole landscape, colors are elusive enigmas and the answers are always locked in our inmost hearts. it’s great what can colors do to change our minds, our feeling and our emotions.
I survived The genocide.

Son, go tell the world wide That I survived the genocide. Tell them from the east to the west…

I survived The genocide.

Son, go tell the world wide That I survived the genocide. Tell them from the east to the west…

“Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness. I’ll choke you with the same hand I fed you with.”
— Anonymous (via versteur)

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I’m a girl and I call all those “heels” 👠👠

I’m a girl and I call all those “heels” 👠👠

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heart:

do-raymi:

Alright im done following my heart. Wheres the unfollow button.

excuse me?

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shylocks:

if english isn’t your first language but you think and dream in english and sometimes have to mentally translate from english to your first language when speaking it as a consequence of your consistent exposure to the internet clap your hands

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“You don’t have to be fearless to be brave.”
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dutchster:

i have such a busy schedule. i may have to cut out “studying” to make room for “crying over tv shows” and “4 hour nap”

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