20 amazing Shayaris by Mohamed Zubair that define Love, Loss and Life

Shayari almost seems to be a dying art. Gone are the days, where you would come across a poet who would pour the contents of his/her heart into their writing, every now and then. Despite that, there is no denying that a good piece of poetry or shayari can give solace to your soul.

Meet Mohamed Zubair, a man who is keeping shayari alive. This modern poet’s words on love, life, loss and betrayal are reminiscent of some of the greatest writers of the past.

We managed to pick his work from relative obscurity and we feel his work must be shared with the world. After all at Born Realist, we believe in encouraging and highlighting unknown talent.

Here are 20 of his best pieces.

1) And your love was just a shadow of mine..

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Your love was just a shadow of mine #ByYoursTruly

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2) Perhaps Destiny was against this Coincidence

3) This Amazing Wordplay

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And sometimes, I come up with stuff like this #ByYoursTruly

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4) The inevitable blame-game that follows

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Poetry kinda day #ByYoursTruly

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5) Every betrayal leaves behind a legacy

6) You can kick a habit, but you can’t change a person

7) As they say, time changes everything

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By yours truly.

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8) Enjoy life’s moments of freedom

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Some more morning poetry by yours truly.

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9) A love story like no other

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Nothing can erase the past #ByYoursTruly

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10) A question worth asking. The intoxication of love knows no bounds.

11) For anyone who takes too much pride in their love

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Your took far too much pride in your love #ByYoursTruly

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12) Some forever’s end in stories untold

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Some Forevers end in Stories Untold. #ByYoursTruly

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13) The eyes speak their own language

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The eyes speak their own language #ByYoursTruly

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14) A little faith can alter fate, just keep believing!

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A little faith can alter fate. Just keep believing #ByYoursTruly

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15) Sometimes you just click with someone, and it feels like you have known them for ages

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#ByYoursTruly Alternative Title- When Tinder dates go right.

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16) The betrayals that hurt the deepest

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Betrayals #ByYoursTruly

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17) And you’ll always find a place here

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Beimaaniyan #ByYoursTruly

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18) Oh how times have changed. Was love greater back in the day?

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Love was greater back in the day #ByYoursTruly

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19) This universal truth

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The unfortunate truth #ByYoursTruly

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20) And finally, this brilliant piece to leave you with

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Mashroof – #ByYoursTruly

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Zubair is based in Dubai and works as a copywriter. Give this article a share to help give this master wordsmith a wider audience and follow him on instagram to read the rest of his work – https://www.instagram.com/reluctant.opportunist/?hl=en

Keep writing and good luck for the future, Zubair. You truly have us spellbound!