Research: Iran

Mahnaz Azar-nia

Literature: Poems of Iranian Poet, Mahnaz Azar-nia
In Pale Destiny, Translated to English by M. Alexandrian
In this silent season of falling leaves
in this stupid and dizzy moments
in this latent ceaseless uproar
the song of every canary
is the beginning of a temporary peace
in the pale nocturnal lashes
and every shriek - that
breaks false words.

is the same half extinguished lantern
in the passage of winds.
Melancholy East
Eastern children ah how wandering
they grow in shacks
and the image of their tomorrows
is sketched in the deserted abandoned alleys in garbage;
they are growing with bags of light dreams
and metamorphosed and playful hearts
in rotten pathless ways
and think of their youth, which has not yet arrived.

Eastern children, ah how wretched!
In the form of inferiority complex
they move in piles of stingy parasites
and craving everything
in the downhill sloppy complex nodules
they think of the nothingness of life.

Wandering nameless children.


Research: Iranian Contemporary Poems


Shopping Center

Top of page          


Privacy Policy   Terms Of Service   Affiliate Us   Partners   Advertise   Advertise with us   About us   Contact Us
Copyright  Caroun.com. All rights reserved.