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By Mahmoud Darwish

ISBN-10: 0981955711

ISBN-13: 9780981955711

“There are maps of Palestine that the politicians won't ever be capable of forfeit: the single stored within the thoughts of Palestinian refugees, and that that's drawn by way of Mahmoud Darwish’s poetry.”—Anton Shammas

This extraordinary selection of Mahmoud Darwish’s poems and prose meditations is either lyrical and philosophical, wondering and clever, jam-packed with irony and protest and play. “Every appealing poem is an act of resistance.” As consistently, Darwish’s musings on unrest and loss reside on love and humanity; delusion and dream are inseparable from fact. “Truth is apparent as day.” in the course of the ebook, Darwish returns usually to his ongoing and sometimes lighthearted dialog with death.

Mahmoud Darwish (1941–2008) used to be offered the Lannan Prize for Cultural Freedom in 2001. He used to be considered as the voice of the Palestinian humans and one of many maximum poets of our time.

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You sit on your own, like an idea unencumbered by argumentation, not trying to guess the content of the dialogue between outside and in. Solitude is a filter, not a mirror. You throw what is in your left hand into your right, and nothing changes in this gesture of transition from non-thought to non-meaning. But this harmless nonsense isn't getting us anywhere: and what if I were alond Solitude is the choice of someone with an abundance of possibilities - the choice of the free. When you are bored and fed up, you say: If I were someone else I would abandon this blank sheet of paper and set out to imitate a Japanese novel whose writer climbs to the top of a mountain to see what the birds of prey have done to his dead ancestors.

Today the autumn clouds let thirty martyrs fall in the north of Gaza, among them two women taking part in a demonstration to demand a share of hope for their kind. Clear skies. Calm blue sea. Northerly winds. Good visibility. But the autumn clouds - the symbolic name for killing- wipe out an entire family, made up of seventeen lives. The news searches for their names under the rubble. Apart from that, abnormal life appears to be running its normal course. The Devil still boasts of his long quarrel with God.

Solitude is a filter, not a mirror. You throw what is in your left hand into your right, and nothing changes in this gesture of transition from non-thought to non-meaning. But this harmless nonsense isn't getting us anywhere: and what if I were alond Solitude is the choice of someone with an abundance of possibilities - the choice of the free. When you are bored and fed up, you say: If I were someone else I would abandon this blank sheet of paper and set out to imitate a Japanese novel whose writer climbs to the top of a mountain to see what the birds of prey have done to his dead ancestors.

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