I step on the hands of girls,
They wear gilded taunts
around their necks,
Then they tear dresses
enamelled with regalia.
Make a mess of it to bandage wounds.
One cannot tell the color of blood
Hashim Khan is an artist and writer that lives in Boca Raton, Florida. Originally from Islamabad, Pakistan. The subject of his poetry is predominantly his sister, his artwork has been featured in his public high school. When not drawing, he resorts to writing.