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By: Kamran Mir Hazar

March 8th

Mr. James is Drinking Calcutta tea

And gets close to the woman ,Mr. James

Like the smoke which is revolving round his fingers


Got lost

In a street he got lost

And night with the permission of hesitation

Without knowing the name of the night

The Night comes

Over the alleys of Golshahr

Mixed with fetidness and ruffianly

On the first square

Second Square

The night with a Canadian hat

And a British coat, made up of skin, and beneath a pistol


My daughter has got lost

Seem sam sami ya

Where has she got lost?

Seem sam sami ya

In London she got lost

Seem sam sami ya

What was her name?

Seem sam samiya

Her name is Shakako

Seem sam sami ya



RAHA Editor-in- Chief

Translated from Persian to English

by Soroush Gholami

RAHA/8/March /2004






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