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By: Sabrina Malik

Teenage Poems

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This was during a time before the Internet where keeping a paperback diary was a commonplace.

Sabrina was caught between two very different cultures. Her parents were not orthodox Muslim but they were conservative, strict enough not to allow her to have any boyfriends or stay out too late.  

Sabrina loved Bollywood movies and the melodic songs with the backdrop of colourful melodrama. However, she also loved the boldness of Madonna who was strong and didn’t play by the rules.

Sabrina’s poems came pouring out of her imagination of all the could-be scenarios and sinusoidal waves of emotion that comes with love.  

Stuck in her shoe-box room, Sabrina created a whole universe of love and wrote it down in her diaries.


Sabrina Malik was born in Britain to Bangladeshi parents. As a child, Sabrina moved back and forth between Britain and Bangladesh. As the family settled in Cardiff, South Wales, during the early nineties, Sabrina as a teenager recorded all her hopes and dreams in diaries.

She wrote prolifically about love, the hopes and torments of love based upon crushes she had at school, allowing her imagination to take the possible relationship to various directions and scenarios.

Sabrina now lives and works in London; married to the love of her life.

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