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Zun Khats Isot Hish | A Poem | Dina Nath Nadim

Zun Khats Isot his (Moon rose like a round bread) One day the moon rose like a round bread, from behind the mountains Dressed in rags with unknotted threads, Revealing sad, dark, stains on every part of her silver-white body, And looking worn-out, thread-bare like Pampur tweed, Moon rose, like a round – bread tired and dull, Like a…
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Snowmen | Agha Shahid Ali

My ancestor, a man of Himalayan snow, came to Kashmir from Samarkand, carrying a bag of whale bones: heirlooms from sea funerals. His skeleton carved from glaciers, his breath arctic, he froze women in his embrace. His wife thawed into stony water, her old age a clear evaporation. This heirloom, his skeleton under…
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