My Poetry is my therapy and therefore I am its only judge, and I don’t know what to make of it. On the one hand, there is a hope that it is an accurate portrayal of the type of thoughts that go through my mind, which would then allow me to look at them from a distance and move on. On the other hand, I never give it much effort to edit and improve. My poetry is more like bleeding, once it oozes out, it clots and I can’t do much with it. So in terms of quality, I have no ambition. Note: Many of these poems are an ongoing collaboration with Waleed Naif.