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Poetry: Partners of the soul

Relieved we didn’t complicate it in that way And kept a golden friendship anyway Free from the mundanities that fuel our strife And, all too often, become our Life * Whoever said “there are those we marry… and those we love” … Continue reading

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Poetry – Iran: Memories

Memories of Iran   You were sleeping the slumber of ages When I first saw you Behind virtue’s veil Folds caressed by zephyrs Of a golden past   I loved to watch you sleeping, then My innocence and yours Reposing … Continue reading

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