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Poetry in Persian life is far more than a common ground on which -- in a society deeply fissured by antagonisms -- all may stand.
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Poetry and Persian
* The Drunken Universe: An Anthology of Persian Sufi Poetry ( 1988 ) ( translator and editor, with Nasrollah Pourjavady ) ISBN 0-933999-65-8
He is considered to be one of the five most famous modern Persian ( Iranian ) poets who have practised " New Poetry " ( a kind of poetry that often has neither meter nor rhyme ).
* A Two-Colored Brocade: The Imagery of Persian Poetry, University of North Carolina Press ( November, ( 1992 ); ISBN 0-8078-2050-4
Poetry in foreign languages such as Persian and English also have a strong influence on Indian poetry.
He is considered as one of the prominent poets of Indian School of Poetry in Persian literature, and owns his unique Style in it.
* Annemarie Schimmel ; A Two-Colored Brocade: The Imagery of Persian Poetry ; University of North Carolina Press ( November, 1992 ); ISBN 0-8078-2050-4
Commonly the term Naat-Shareef ( Exalted Poetry ) is reserved and used for poetry in the praise of Muhammad written in Bengali, Urdu, English, Turkish, Persian, Arabic, Punjabi and Sindhi Language.
# Persian Poetry under Shah Rokh: The Second Half of the 15th Century ( Sher-e parsi dar ' ahd-e Shahrokh ).
* Rabi ' ah Quzdari, or Ghozdary or Rabe ' eh, was most likely the first poetess in the history of Persian Poetry
The English usage of the phrase Diwan Poetry comes from the Arabic word diwan ( دیوان ), which is loaned from Persian means designated a list or register.
Iraj also composed very nice Massnawi and Fragments or Ghata ' at ( Different Styles of Persian Poetry ) on the raising and education of children, maternal affection, love and romance.
Although Iraj was one of the pioneers of the innovative movement in the Persian Poetry, he never thought of abandoning the rules of the classic poetry.
The Qalandariyyat in Persian Mystical Poetry from Sana ' i 61-75 in The Heritage of Sufism, 2003 ISBN 1-85168-189-2.
Poetry and life
Poetry and cruelty of life were harmonically combined in the works that Vittorio De Sica wrote and directed together with screenwriter Cesare Zavattini: among them, Shoeshine ( 1946 ), The Bicycle Thief ( 1948 ) and Miracle in Milan ( 1951 ).
Poetry continued as a mark of the cultivated gentleman, but women wrote in larger and larger numbers and poets came from all walks of life.
* 2001 Golden Wreath of Poetry, the main international award given by Struga Poetry Evenings to a world renowned living poet for life achievement in the field of poetry
Elms occur often in Pastoral Poetry, where they symbolise the idyllic life, their shade being mentioned as a place of special coolness and peace.
Local film and digital media agency Screen West Midlands referred to the event as “ Personal, Instinctual & Organic Video Poetry of everyday life .” The event was a way of embracing the Black Country's distinctive cultural characteristics in the medium of film.
During this time, Carroll was living a double life as a heroin addict who prostituted himself to afford his habit but he was also writing poems and attending poetry workshops at St. Mark's Poetry Project.
* Epic Poetry which chronicles the life of famous people such as Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl, the founding of cities and pilgrimages of tribes.
In his poem " Sleep and Poetry " ( 1816 ), John Keats says that human life is " a poor Indian's sleep / While his boat hastens to the monstrous steep / Of Montmorenci.
Sepehri ’ s love affair with Kashan and its plains did not keep him from traveling and exploring the world, which inspired his Poetry, painting, and vision toward life.
He once remarked that “ Maybe you can almost characterize the poetry of the New York School as having as one of its main subjects the fullness and richness of life and the richness of possibility and excitement and happiness .” In his poem The Art of Poetry ( 1975 ) Koch offered guidelines to writing good poetry.
The main event of the cultural life in Struga is the world's largest poetry gathering, Struga Poetry Evenings, whose laureates have included several Nobel Prize for Literature winners such as Joseph Brodsky, Eugenio Montale, Pablo Neruda, Seamus Heaney, Fazıl Hüsnü Dağlarca and many others since 1966.
In the Introduction to The Shape of the Journey ( Copper Canyon Press, 1998 ), a collection drawn from his first eight books of poetry, he writes: " This book is the portion of my life that means the most to me .... in poetry our motives are utterly similar to those who made cave paintings or petroglyphs, so that studying your own work of the past is to ruminate over artifacts, each one a signal, a remnant of a knot of perceptions that brings back to life who and what you were at that time, the past texture of what has to be termed as your ‘ soul life .’" Poetry suffuses everything Harrison writes.
Raine noted that poetry was deeply ingrained in the daily lives of her maternal ancestors: " On my mother's side I inherited Scotland's songs and ballads … sung or recited by my mother, aunts and grandmothers, who had learnt it from their mothers and grandmothers … Poetry was the very essence of life.
In ' The New Penguin Book of Romantic Poetry ' he likened Blamire's social position to that of Jane Austen: ‘ the well-to-do maiden aunt ’ s life of good works and humorous observation '.
* Overview of Robert Hayden's life and poetry from XJ Kennedy and Dana Gioia's Introduction to Poetry
' Kuchh Ishq kiya Kuchh Kaam ' is another Play written by Danish which is basically a Celebration of the Faiz's Poetry, featuring events from the early part of his life, particularly the events and incidents of pre-partition days which shaped his life and ideals.
Poetry, however, was his first and last passion, and to that he devoted the best energies of his life.
What Lucas wrote about Housman ’ s Name and Nature of Poetry in 1933 ( though he contested some of its ideas ) sums up what he himself aspired to as a literary critic: "… the kind of critical writing that best justifies itself before the brevity of life ; that itself adds new data to our experience as well as arguing about the old ; that happily combines, in a word, philosophy with autobiography, psychology with a touch of poetry – of the ‘ poetic ’ imagination.
His will also established the Chatterton Lectures on Poetry an annual lecture to be given by a lecturer under the age of 40 on the life and works of a deceased English poet ( interpreted as ‘ a deceased poet writing in the English language ’).