sister-hood is an award-winning digital magazine spotlighting the diverse voices of women of Muslim heritage.

Author

Zeenat

Indulger of thoughts, writing some.
Poetry

Let the light in

If it is true what Leonard Cohen said That it is through cracks that the light gets in, then I have my answer How I survived Why I survived I opened myself up to my broken mess And turned it…

Continue reading
Poetry

Who I am

Who I am Felt unknown to me I lived a life told to me How I speak Refined by another How I dress adjusted by her The way I walk Didn’t seem right For I didn’t fit right I was…

Continue reading
Poetry

It’s a crazy world we live in.

It’s a crazy world we live in. There’s a pinch of bad people With their own histories, Doing injustice, not owning it, Blaming their prey: You came in my way. We grow up blaming ourselves Hurting ourselves, just like they…

Continue reading
Poetry

The quiet is deafening

The quiet is deafening, When all is laid down, Every piece of me, What parts must I keep? What must be removed? Who told me all I know? Being me is so simple, Yet they made it sound so hard….

Continue reading
Poetry

When I was labelled Muslim woman

When I was labelled Muslim woman I became defined By the generation I was born in and the struggles we carried From ‘I’, I became ‘we’ in an instant. When I am seen with my scarf Covering strands on my…

Continue reading