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Eid Weekend in Abu Dhabi, UAE

If you’ve traveled to a Muslim-majority country within the last six weeks, you might’ve noticed adjusted public dining hours in observance of Ramadan. The month of fasting concluding recently with congregational prayer, festivities and lots of food! 452 more words

Wayfaring

Finding Roots in Jamaica

As a Muslim of Jamaican heritage, I sometimes feel out of place back home. Local residents commonly assume I’m visiting from an exotic, distant land and not just another New Yorker visiting my folks for the holiday. 888 more words

Wayfaring

Poetry Prompts With Kaafiya

I am working on some poems and a few other things so not very regular here. Today while going through my drafts I realized I had not shared these poems with you. 365 more words

My Poetry

Pearly gates

I’ve already trashed eleven with a flourish
(good riddance to bad rubbish and all that)
today seven drafts are designated for delete
which sounds ominously like the tumbrels… 151 more words

Poetry Pantry

Pearly gates

I’ve already trashed eleven with a flourish
(good riddance to bad rubbish and all that)
today seven drafts are designated for delete
which sounds ominously like the tumbrels… 156 more words

Writing Challenges

My 5: Quang Phu Sand Dunes - Dong Hoi, Vietnam.

1. Quang Phu Sand Dunes, April 2018. I still can’t believe I had the balls to drive a moto! Anyone who knows me is only too aware that I’m not a driver, in any shape or form. 324 more words

Around the World in a Day – Trip to Global Village

We live in a country that is home to many nationalities. People from all around the world situated in one of the most cultural places. It is hard to imagine, when coming up with entertainment aspects for the country, what the officials go through! 616 more words

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