WorldLiterature

Let peace and love unite the world – A Poem from Bosnia and Herzegovina

A place of war let the world love other people I know I love everyone around me equally Because neither…

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The Three Arrows – A Poem from Sudan

Living on Life is a broken winged bird that cannot rise up freely Suffering of life is a barren field…

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Gone far away into the silent land – A Poem from Sudan

Whether I was having ups or downs, You always helped me with a smile and never frowns. How was it…

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The Human Road – The Poetry from Vietnam

The human road is very surprised Close but when will we meet each other…?   The Human Road So we…

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Relish and Bloom – A Poem from Nepal

I plant a secret wish in my flower vase It is all in me that I relish and bloom. Do…

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Let’s Celebrate – Poetry from Bengal

To me Eid brings trust Blissful purity after fast And the promise to feed the hungry souls and heart Of…

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May Day and Insomnia – Poetry from Bengal

 Still I’m running And They’re working….. And unchained century ripples!   May Day and Insomnia A bucket full of roasts…..…

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The Eid Treat – A Short Story from Uzbekistan

The story of a girl who missed her father after his death and always dreamt of him. On the Eid…

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When the characters come to life

Florentina Loredana, a Romanian writer, says in Foreword of Uzbek author Sherzod Artikov’s book titled ‘The Book of Garcia Marquez’,…

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The pain of deadly silence – Poetry from Bengal

I feel the pain of deadly silence I can’t move can’t leave can’t even live perhaps So I hide Hide…

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