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Into The Light

“I wish I were like you,”
Said the forest
to the roaring river,
“Always travelling,
always sightseeing;
Rushing towards the pure domain
of the sea,

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Interview: Coleman Barks, poet

Coleman Barks will be featured at the 70th anniversary celebration of The Georgia Review which will take place at this year’s Decatur Book Festival. Barks, who taught English for 30 years at The University of Georgia, is a celebrated poet who is best known for his translations of the 14th century Sufi poet Jelaluddin Rumi. 551 more words


Oh Soul 

“Oh soul,you worry too much.

You have seen your own strength.

You have seen your own beauty.

You have seen your golden wings.

Of anything less, 18 more words


Quote of the week: Sept 26, 2016

Raise your words, not voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder. – Rumi


Amartyer Alor Ishara

This has been a book on Migration of people and with them their music and cultural legacy. 

Migration of people and with them their music has perhaps been the most colourful and lively document of history that lives in the past and in the present as well leading toward a better future. 143 more words