World Literature

Tales of Solitude – Poetic prose from Peru

There where I am only with me, but there is no life as the theory says, there are no smiles…

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If I’ve learned something from life – A poem from Tunisia

Sometimes the darkest times can take us to the brighter destinations! 

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The most faithful departed – Poetry from Cuba

It was time to cry for the dead, the most faithful departed.   The most faithful departed   It was…

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The last beats of summer – A poem from Bosnia Herzegovina

 At night, in my alley is darkness and desolation, only the puddles glitter like lamps.   The last beats of…

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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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Another Face – A poem from Peru

I found a mask, an abandoned mask, all dirty, battered, and I decided to take her home, clean it, fix…

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Jack Hirschman: Egyptian Poems and Testimonies

The book will be available in print in Egypt, and shall be put online for free reading for the whole…

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Texture of a Sari – A poem from Bangladesh

In a rain-soaked field, you are my mirror, where you stand in the texture of a sari!   Texture of…

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Small Alley – Poetry from Vietnam

Small alley by the roadside; unexpected sight have met; can be the turn of life.   Small alley  Small alley…

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Sky – A poem from Peru

You give meaning to my joy, and complement the rose garden that I managed to create with my chimeras.      …

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