By Nouri Sardar

the 1st selection of recitable English poetry and lamentations by way of the poet Nouri Sardar. published in Feburary 2010. With poems in mourning of each tragedy that has been introduced upon this Holy loved ones, poetry that touches the center and releases the tears.

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