Pakistani star Hajra Yamin pays tribute to women in a poem - GulfToday

Pakistani star Hajra Yamin pays tribute to women in a poem

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A combo image shows Hajra Yamin.

Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today

Pakistani actress and model Hajra Yamin pens down a beautiful poem, in which she portrays women as strong, kind, and beautiful.

The poem was written by Yamin in which she is contributing towards the cause of women and saying, “She’s real. She’s deep. She’s logical and mystical.”


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“She believes in kindness and oneness and romance and magic.

"She’s sensitive and distant, a warrior, a lover.

"She believes in road trips to the stars and dancing with the universe.

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"She’s fearless and gentle, wondrous and brave.

"She lives in waterfalls and forests and sunsets and galaxies.

"She’s the artist, the thinker, the poem, and the dream.

"She is beautiful but her looks never stand a chance compared to how breathtaking her soul is.

"She’s Me.

"She’s You.”

Her photo and poems got appreciation from her fans and followers. The Ehd-e-Wafa star has worked on many TV projects and came to fame through her brilliant performance skills.

She made her film debut in “Maan Jao Na” and later she appeared in “Pinky Memsaab” in a lead role.

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The self-made actress is very active on social media and keeps updating her fans about her life and work.

Earlier she shared a photo of herself along with her pet cat and said, “Each morning I wake up and see the bright sun shining from across the window — and I fall in love with my space a little more. “The meaning of ‘home’ is different for everyone.”

“For me, home is no less than a temple. Whenever I have the time to sit and unwind, my space provides me with silence, surrounding the air with the sweetest sounds of Sheroo and Juno (pet names), energising me in broad daylight and putting me to sleep on dark but comfortable nights.

“When you treat your space like someplace sacred, you are not too fond of letting other people come inside very often.”

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