Thanks to Out Of The Ordinary for the poem 'My Hijab.' It made a big and very positive impression on me.
A RESPONSE TO 'MY HIJAB'
A girl in a Hijab walks down the street,
hiding hair and skin from prying eyes.
They know not why she dresses to her feet.
They know not how she chooses to be wise.
Her modesty is fashion without guile.
She's not naïve, to choose obscurity,
to let mystery like rainbows give her style,
to stay covered and protect her purity.
There's nothing wrong with knowing who you are,
or how you want to live and breathe and be.
She wears her choice completely. She's a star
to be followed through this world's uncertainty.
This chosen innocence is valuable and rare.
Our world needs this—may she forgive us, if we stare!