Siren of the Thief by Bahman Amidi

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Holding a value of modern and classical narration, 'Siren of the Thief' is based upon a series of flows over unique eruptive poesy. Within this work there is always an aim to make the reader reflect in stranger- lands, familiarizing them with the unheard yet close to the heart combination of words or sentences. ''Amidi's work succeeds in his intent to prove through his poetry that being alike causes the need to be different. And to read his words in this concise piece, is to experience for a brief moment, a genuine and intimate glimpse into his way of seeing, feeling and being, if only for a short-lived moment in time.'' The US Review

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Published October 24, 2012 by 56 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The promise deflates at signs of tired, lukewarm phrases: “blows my mind,” “Not all jewels shine as bright as your eyes,” “Speak no more of past scars, / For this revolution was love.” The strongest entry, “That which Betides,” describes a religious awakening that feels heartfelt and innocent, as...

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Love also features in the poems—unrequited love, romantic love, betrayed love, religious love.

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