(Poem) Why I wear my Hijab?

Hijabi Muslimah

Muslim women in religious Hijab

At the peak of my womanhood I felt weak and incomplete,

My body yearned for attention and my soul sought constant validation.

Growing insecurities stripped away my sanctity and made me feel empty.

I tried every trick in the devil’s book to get a few admiring glances,

And lo! Got more than what I wished for and was badgered with lusty advances.

Modesty, honor and self-esteem were all sold for a paltry price,

My defiance to the Creator had thrust me into an abyss of vice.

After years of willed worldly slavery,

I turned to Him for solace and was enveloped by His infinite Mercy.

With gumption and grit I battled my inner turmoil.

And reclaimed my honor and finally obeyed His order.

I pulled my veil over and stepped out with grace,

As I bid adieu to my fashion obsessed days.

Snide remarks and hate comments, I brushed them aside,

Self-liberated I walk now with a feeling of pride.

Call me a ninja or loathe me at first sight,

Dare to pull my veil off and watch me transform into a dark knight.

My Hijab represents my identity and sets me apart from the crowd,

Without a shadow of doubt, will be happy to breathe my last in it and make it my shroud!

6 thoughts on “(Poem) Why I wear my Hijab?

  1. fizz says:

    wish you all the best for your journey!!! I think many women can relate easily to this. we all are not perfect and hope we can perfect till the day we depart…very good !

    Liked by 1 person

    • Muslimah_MINA says:

      JazakAllah khair for your kind words, truly appreciate it. I shall always be grateful to you for inspiring me to start this blog, it has provided me with an awesome platform to express my thoughts and share it with the world❤️


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