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Zarnab Tufail

zarnab tufail a simple brown girl who pretends to read a lot of books and lives in a small city by the sea. she can be found posting some of her work on

“kashmir bleeds and ways to kill”

– bleeds i. there lives a flower. green in roots and velvety white on the ends. flower, kashmir.  ii. there lives a land beyond rules. covered with mud water and used bullets. land, kashmir.  iii. there lives a boy in…

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i will not ask for love until i am handed some. i ask for your love, vulnerable and raw. will you rip your chest apart to show me which demons lie beneath it? remember, the cascading waterfall i took you…

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