Author: The Meraki Magazine

We are Artists // Eman Khalid

Somedays I am so full of life, some days I can barely get out of bed. Somedays I feel as though I am the most beautiful girl who existed, other days I can’t even look at my reflection in the mirror  without the feeling of utter disgust.  Somedays, I want to go out and meet […]

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Love is nurtured // Hafsa Mateen

When you first came  to my, Desperate arms  it was, not just that I came to know, the emotion of “love” can, sometimes be humanoid. But I also realized  the happiness, behind all the efforts,  One gives to nurture this love, with every bit of flesh and blood. To let it bloom with even a […]

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Oh Nevermore // Misbah Ahmad

“The shrill, the shriek, the sham” The spell of witches of scam. Creeping into the pores of souls, Breaking under the dawn of coals. In blackest whites and golden blues Death is here, Oh! There are clues. Anger? Denial? That fancy smile? The world, the love, the beauty and vile. All went down the road […]

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Art, women, and history // Eman Khalid

Art can be divided into the various branches of creativity. It could be painting, poetry, storytelling, music, dancing, singing and so on. Throughout the history, women from every race, religion, and culture have contributed to the development, expansion, and popularity of art. They used art as a means for expressing their true colors and how […]

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Intoxicating Laughter // Minahil Naghman

She laughs. She nearly always laughs. Her head is thrown forward and a loud laugh erupts from her inside like a musical instrument is taking flight. Her eyes crinkle like crazy and often close as if she cannot help it. It is toxic, her laugh, as I stare at her in between laughing a little […]

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A Father’s Love // Hamza Ahmed

It was a chilly Monday morning. Ahmed was getting ready for the school. His father, who was a postman would drop him at the school every day while going to post office. Ahmed was studying in a reputable school–despite his low income, Ahmed’s father was doing everything for Ahmed to get an adequate education. Though […]

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Where Rainbows End – Cecilia Ahern // Manahil Naghman

A story about love, and how life gets in the way.             Entering the beautiful and breathtaking world of Cecelia Ahern’s “Where Rainbows End”, also a film called “Love, Rosie”, this awe-inspiring love story is narrated by letters, emails and messages rather than text itself. Its genre is Young Adult, but it has a twist […]

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