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Mahmoud Darwish

  Like a Small Cafe, That’s Love Like a small cafe on the street of strange.— that’s love… its doors open to all. Like a cafe that expands and commas with the w.then if it pours with rain its customers increase, if the weather’s fm, they are few and weary… I am here, stranger, sitting… Continue reading Mahmoud Darwish

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Mahmoud Darwish

One day I will become a bird and unsheathe my existence out of my void. When the two wings burn I’ll near the truth and reincarnate from ash. I am the dialogue of dreamers. I turned away from my body and my self to complete my first journey toward meaning, but meaning burned me and… Continue reading Mahmoud Darwish

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Mahmoud Darwish

I dreamed of the scent of almonds Inflaming the sorrow of long nights — Mahmoud Darwish, from section 4 “Apology,” of “Beneath the Ancient Windows (For Jerusalem and Her Sisters),” in collection “The End of Night,” I Don’t Want This Poem to End transl. by Mohammad Shaheen (Interlink Books, 2017)

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