About Me

Hello there, and welcome to my blog!

My name is Sarrah Hakim. I’ve lived in Michigan all my life, and I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of Michigan. I’m majoring in business.

My love for writing blossomed at a young age. When I was five years old, my mom read my the poem “The Acrobats” from Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein. I loved it so much that I decided to become a poet, right then and there. Since then, I’ve mainly written poetry and short stories. But I’ve recently decided to pursue an idea for a novel.

 

This is the first poem I ever wrote, entitled “Turtle”:

I have a little turtle

He is verry sweet

I thought it would be nice

To give him somthing to eat.

Then he got an invitation

To go to a celebration.

So when he came back

He had a dream

Abot a majic bean.

What do you think? I love that I was able to spell words like “celebration” and “invitation” yet failed at words like “very” and “about.” Overall, I don’t think it was too bad for a five-year-old!

Writing and poetry are a huge part of my life, but they aren’t the only things that interest me. I love being outdoors and exploring new places. The photo above was taken at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park. I also enjoy swimming, skiing, and spending time with family and friends – whether it’s staying home and playing board games or hopping in the car for a road trip.

I started this blog in high school as a way of sharing my poetry and expressing my passion for all things writing-related. But over the years, it’s turned into so much more than that. It’s a reflection of myself, my observations, and my journey as I continue to learn and experience more of what life has to offer. I hope you enjoy perusing what I’ve written here, and I hope you find something to interest or inspire you on your own journey.

Any comments and/or suggestions are much appreciated!

16 Replies to “About Me”

  1. Ha! Wow, i’ve always wanted a blog but could never go on it often enough to keep it going. Looks awesome though. I read the writing tips and I think I’ll start here when I start writing my stories which will happen…eventually.

  2. The turtle poem is so simple compared to your amazing poems that you have now!! Keep up the good work and remember that I will read everything that you give to me!!!

  3. I love your blog. My friend found out about it and she recently sent me here to check it out because she knows I love well written work. I’m also in high school (freshman) and an aspiring writer. Nice to meet you! 🙂

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