#UzbekPoetry

Pain – Poetry from Uzbekistan

  Mukhlisa Eshpulatova Mukhlisa Eshpulatova was born on November 30, 1996 in Samarkand. She graduated from the Faculty of Philology…

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OUR SONG – POETRY FROM UZBEKISTAN

  Dilnura Rahmonova   Born on March 20, 2003 in the village of Madir, Khanka district, Khorezm region, she is…

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GAME – Poetry from Uzbekistan

I set my soul on fire Alisher Fayzullaev He was born in 1988 in Navoi, Uzbekistan; graduated from the Faculty…

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Living walls between us – Poetry from Uzbekistan

Living devils between us. They will not fall. They are eternal…  Atagulla Satbaev was born on August 10, 1995 in…

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Don’t Whisper, Wind! – A Poem from Republic of Uzbekistan

Don’t whisper disturbing my thought, Don’t drop wine into my lips, Down my soul will just fall, Don’t whisper to…

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My happiness! – Poetry from Uzbekistan

Should I hide you in the pupil of my eyes? Or should I hide you between my lashes? Should I…

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Nostalgia – Poetry from Uzbekistan

We could not save our pure emotions, At last, we parted from them. Blaming only each other, We were left…

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The Odor of Happiness – Poetry from Uzbekistan

The golden braided Sun comes on the fiery maned and swift-flying wing, a sweet breath spreads out the odor of…

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Sixteen-Age: A Poem from Uzbekistan

Who says that the autumn is poor like a yellow leaf? Look at the yellow leaf objectively, Live looking for…

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Navoiy – A Poem from Uzbekistan

Shah of lovers and saint of poets he is, each essence of wisdom radiates vessels. In the world of literature…

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