Daughter of Nation Anila Bukhari

” Daughter of Nation Anila Bukhari”

Anila Bukhari is a tremendous Girl from Pakistan. She is the pride of Pakistan and a source of satisfaction for the entire international community. She is a creator with a purpose. She is a Girls Rights education activist, Children’s Rights advocate, peace Ambassador, Youth Leader, and a brilliant published author of bestselling 11 books. Her poems have been published on global magazine websites and have been translated into 16 different languages, including Hindi, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, and many more. Her work has been published on websites, journals, and in worldwide anthologies in 50 countries.

She used writing as a tool for change. She hails from Pakistan, where she faced many difficulties in a male-dominated society, but no one could stop her. Anila highlighted the issues of child marriage, forced marriage, women’s empowerment, girls’ education, orphan rights, and many other social issues in her books. In her books “No More Tears,” “Whispers of the Heart,” “Daughters Not a Curse,” and “Magic Melodies,” she highlighted these issues and raised her voice on topics that people often avoid and are afraid to talk about. In her books “The Change Maker” and “Moonlit Moments,” she worked tirelessly to pay tribute to living legends through featured artists and poets who champion talent.

She started writing at the age of 10 and became active in her social activities at the age of 14. She worked tirelessly for 8 years for peacebuilding. Now, in her 20s, she has received many international awards, including the prestigious International Excellence Community Service Award from the House of Parliament in London, where her profile competed with over 800 other champions, and she won the award in November 2023 as the youngest Pakistani of the year. She also received the International Book Peace Award from Italy in 2021.

Her story has been featured in international media, including newspapers, television channels, and print and electronic media, as a role model. She has been featured in Geo News, Independent Urdu, Bol News, Art News, Urdu Point, Daily Pakistan, and many others. Her poetry has been narrated by famous hosts at various high-class open mic events in New York and Birmingham.

She initiated a project called “No More Brides, Just Shine” to end child marriage. In this campaign, she organized many sessions, webinars, table talks, and activities such as ending child marriage speech competitions and child marriage essay competitions. She also celebrated World Girls Education Awareness Day in 15 countries and organized poetry sessions worldwide. Additionally, she has educated over 2000 students on women’s education through various activities.

She has put in a lot of hard work for peacebuilding and to end child marriage. Through her project “Hopeful Hugs,” she provides dolls to countless homeless children and donates hair wigs to cancer patients who have lost their hair due to chemotherapy.

She is inspired by Mewlena Rumi in her writing and by Maya Angelou and Khalil Gebran. Her goal is to educate every woman and create a world free from the harm of child marriage.

Her work has been recognized on an international stage. Her poems have been displayed as the first Pakistani poetess in art galleries in the USA, Florida, and the Philippines.

Her work on the issue of child marriage has made her a champion. She is a beauty with brains, with a beautiful heart and beautiful eyes.

” Thirsty Mother”

Thirsty Mother, yearning for a toddler,
Her heart aches, her tears run wild.
She dreams of tiny feet and sweet laughter,
But sadly, her hands remain empty, incomplete.

She prays to the heavens, with all her might,
For a toddler to hold tight.
But fate has not been kind, her womb remains barren,
Her dreams of motherhood always unfulfilled, untold.

She weeps in silence, in the dark of night,
Her longing for a baby, an endless fight.
She sees other mothers, with their precious ones,
And wonders what she did wrong, what she has not done.

She feels the pain, deep in her soul,
As the years pass by, her heart takes a toll.
She longs to feel a life growing inside,
But her body betrays her, and her desire slowly dies.

She tries to be strong, to put on a brave face,
But inside she’s crumbling, in this infinite race.
She longs to hold a child, to hear it cry,
But it feels like a distant dream, a distant sky.

Thirsty Mother, with a heart full of love,
But never given the chance, to hold her own dove.
She weeps day and night, in solitude,
For the child she never had, for the motherhood she never knew.

But even in her pain, she finds a way,
To spread her love, every single day.
She may not have a child, to call her very own,
But in her heart, a mother she has grown.

Thirsty Mother, though her arms may be empty,
Her love knows no bounds, it is pure and plenty.
She may have never been able to give birth,
But in her heart, she’s a mother, for all it’s worth.

Anila Bukhari

Daughter of Nation Anila Bukhari

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