Tag Archives: Alisar Iram’s art and poetry
WE ARE THE SADDEST PEOPLE, WE ARE THE TRAGIC PEOPLE – A POEM FOR SYRIA By Alisar Iram / in My Take / tags Poetry, Sadness, Syria, Syrian People, Tragic 0 Comments We are the sad people We are the tragic people We carry our losses and … Continue reading
This poem, simple as it is, means a lot to me. It is a journey, a kind of spiritual odyssey to the unknown. It features a sea, a moon, lightning, thunder, a boat and a traveller. I rank it among … Continue reading
They come back with the spring, the good earth sighs and sends them forth in the redness of the anemone.
In Arabic the name of the flower, anemone, is Shaqaïq Al Noman, meaning the wounds of the god. The name is derived from the old rituals of celebrating the spring as the earth is renewed and puts forth its flowers … Continue reading
My art and poetry before the Syrian Revolutionm.