Black Frame! They heed me not– like the pale lilies of their garden My soul is lost as a wanderer– in vain is it left
Martin Foroz (Mohammad Forouzani) was born on the 30th of December 1964 in Tehran, Iran. He holds BA and MA degrees in English Literature and a Ph.D. degree in TEFL. He has been working as assistant professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Nizwa, Oman, since 2014.In the past 19 years, he has been teaching and supervising theses in both fields, but his literary and philosophical bends formed his poetic sense much earlier- at the beginning of secondary school. He insatiably read Persian Literature (his first language) and wrote poems and pieces of prose since he was in high school. His first collection of Persian poems under the title Khaste-tar az zaman (More Tired Than Time) was published in 1997 when he was a Lecturer of English.
The Beyond If the priest promises me another rosy life of dream; I am sure ME will not be after life to smile or scream.
Western museums are beset with demands to give back stolen property — the cultural heritage of oppressed people plundered by colonial armies in the 19th
January is a time for reading resolutions — and declarations that reading good books will make us better people. At the end of 2019, for
The Polarized Self! Wide asunder as the polar parts were the status of my mind and heart Pale thoughts, frail emotions caused me to have
Thanks to Realistic Poetry International for the beautiful gifts: Medal of Freedom & a T-shirt with RI Logo.
A Sweet Mistake! I was vigilant– in the battle of ME & I till love, by mistake, was manifested in YOU Then, I was not
A short PPT presentation on the core concepts of Semantics:
Taking the Road There was a long line between the guys; Chaucer, on the one hand