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Love is not a grain of rice – A Poem from Bosnia Herzegovina

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Love is not a grain of rice – A Poem from Bosnia Herzegovina

Love is not a grain of rice, so let’s take it easy, just because one quarrel changes things and destinies.

Maid Corbic, a young poet hailing from Tuzla, Bosnia Herzegovina, shares his poem on love

Maid Corbic - Sindh CourierMaid Corbic from Tuzla, Bosnia Herzegovina, is a well awarded young poet. Many of his works have been published in anthologies and magazines in Chile, Spain, Ecuador, Bosnia and Herzegovina, San Salvador, United Kingdom, Indonesia, India, Croatia, Serbia, etc. as well as printed anthology of poems “Sea in the palm of your hand”, “Stories from Isolation”, and” Kosovo Peony “and others. In 2020 he was named Poet of the Year in the Indo-Universe Group, which also engages in charity around the world. He is winner of numerous awards, among them the association “KNS – Nova Svjetlost” in Sarajevo, during which he won a bronze charter for his work. He is the winner of the BigBang competition that was organized in Tuzla in 2021.

rice-loveLOVE IS NOT A GRAIN OF RICE

It was not ordered

Love must be given to everyone

Give the world some color

For a better existence of humanity.

 

Love is not a grain of rice

So let’s take it easy

Just because one quarrel

Changes things and destinies.

 

Love is a vicious circle

But until love becomes constant

We can still lose our dreams

Which are woven from existence and embrace

 

Life is sometimes a lie

But as long as love exists

Hope cannot die lightly

Because hope is the meaning of life

 

And love has an expiration date

People would say that lightly

They judged everything without question

And some people they don’t even know!

 

Destiny carved in the bottom of the soul

I guess that’s the phrase for us unlucky ones

“Love is not a grain of rice

So that it can be thrown lightly!”

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Read: When Love Closes The Door – A Poem from Bosnia Herzegovina

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