Literature/Poetry

DYLAN THOMAS DAY 2022

This year’s theme suggested by the British organizers is water, as the name Dylan means “Son of the Sea.” Sindh…

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Contemporary Sindhi Poetry: O my beloved!

O my beloved! You’re the book which I’ve stolen Away from the library of god Hence, my hidden sustained reading…

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Pan African Writers Association announces poetry prize winners

In the Arabic category, Abdul Monem Ramadan (Egypt) with his collection, ‘Wandering in the Wilderness’ and Mohamed Naquib Mohamed Ali…

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Value of Life – Poetry from Vietnam

After the storm came out from the hard life Teacher and student met, remembered the old days I kept quiet…

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Echoes of Prayer from the Sandbanks of Thar Desert

I am planting trees of dreams In the wilderness of views, Make them lush green in reality, So that the…

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Working Ghalib’s magic to interrogate universal questions and contemporary realities

Kaabe meN jaa bajaeeNge naaquus                Ab to baaNdha hai dayr meN ihraam (We shall blow a conch in the kabaah…

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Partition Poetry in Sindhi

The pain of Partition is visible in Sindhi literature, but because of issues relating to language, script and translation, it…

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Mir Ja’far Zatalli: The ‘Nonsense’ Poet and Urdu’s First Satirist

Long ignored, we look at how Zatalli was a pioneer in creating a small but effective oeuvre of Urdu poetry…

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Sindhi poets advised to get their poetry translated into English

Emily Hauze, known as ‘Amriki Sindhiani’, who has visited Sindh 11 times and is translating Shah Jo Risalo in English,…

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Innocent Girl – A poem from the Land of Sindhu Civilization

In that human settlement, There came beasts one day The place which was like heaven It was burnt to hell.…

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