FORUGH FARROKHZAD POEMS PDF

How much must one pay? In that dim and quiet place of seclusion I looked into his eyes brimming with mystery my heart throbbed in my chest all too excited by the desire glowing in his eyes. In that dim and quiet place of seclusion as I sat next to him all scattered inside his lips poured lust on my lips and I left behind the sorrows of my heart. I sinned, a sin all filled with pleasure next to a body now limp and languid I know not what I did, God in that dim and quiet place of seclusion. Later On My death will come someday to me One day in spring, bright and lovely One winter day, dusty, distant One empty autumn day, devoid of joy.

Author:Mer Tugor
Country:Republic of Macedonia
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Science
Published (Last):17 July 2005
Pages:242
PDF File Size:17.31 Mb
ePub File Size:3.29 Mb
ISBN:841-4-88548-509-6
Downloads:67686
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Mazudal



At the age of 16 she was married to satirist Parviz Shapour. She continued her education with painting and sewing classes, and moved with her husband to Ahvaz.

Her only child, a son named Kamyar Shapour subject of The Return , was born a year later. Her son Kamyar, whom she affectionately calls Kami, is taken away from her and brought up by Parviz and his family.

Forugh is given few visiting rights, and the child is brought up with the impression that his mother has abandoned him for poetry and the pursuit of her sexual pleasures. The thought of her son thinking that she willingly abandoned him, is a source of great sorrow and constant torment. After returning to Iran, in search of a job she met filmmaker and writer Ebrahim Golestan , who reinforced her own inclinations to express herself and live independently, and with whom she began a love affair.

This documentary film, titled The House is Black , is considered to be an essential part of the Iranian New Wave movement. She published Reborn in Her poetry at that time varied significantly from previous Iranian poetic traditions. In a radio interview, when asked about the feminine perspective in her poems, Farrokhzad replied: "If my poems, as you say, have an aspect of femininity, it is of course quite natural.

After all, fortunately I am a woman. But if you speak of artistic merits, I think gender cannot play a role. In fact to even voice such a suggestion is unethical. It is natural that a woman, because of her physical, emotional, and spiritual inclinations, may give certain issues greater attention, issues that men may not normally address.

I believe that if those who choose art to express their inner self, feel they have to do so with their gender in mind, they would never progress in their art -- and that is not right. What is important is the work produced by a human being and not one labeled as a man or a woman.

When a poem reaches a certain level of maturation, it separates itself from its creator and connects to a world where it is valid based on its own merits. How can I? In kilos? In metres? She was a poet of great audacity and extraordinary talent. Her poetry was the poetry of protest-- protest through revelation-- revelation of the innermost world of women considered taboo until then , their intimate secrets and desires, their sorrows, longings, aspirations and at times even their articulation through silence.

BUS 440 DORTMUND FAHRPLAN PDF

Forough Farrokhzad

At the age of 16 she was married to satirist Parviz Shapour. She continued her education with painting and sewing classes, and moved with her husband to Ahvaz. Her only child, a son named Kamyar Shapour subject of The Return , was born a year later. Her son Kamyar, whom she affectionately calls Kami, is taken away from her and brought up by Parviz and his family. Forugh is given few visiting rights, and the child is brought up with the impression that his mother has abandoned him for poetry and the pursuit of her sexual pleasures.

LOJBAN BEGINNERS PDF

Forugh Farrokhzad

.

Related Articles