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  • POET: Noshi Gilani (5/22/2013 8:55:00 PM)

    Academy of Letters Islamabad Pakistan requires Poems, Fictions, Short Stories and literary essays, exclusively from Pakistani writers/poets to be published in Pakistani Literature (Winter Edition) . Material written in all Pakistani Languages is accepted, but it is preferable if translated into Urdu or English as Pakistani Literature will be brought out in English and circulated all over the world. Master pieces will be got translated into other major international languages. Poems and fictions will be scrutinized and shortlisted according to the policy of Academy of Letters Pakistan. Send your best material to mshanazar@gmail.com before 30-06-2013.

    Muhammad Shanazar
    Director (Hon) Translation Bureau
    Academy Of Letter Islamabad Pakistan

  • POEM: A Dream by Kristen Brown (8/13/2012 10:40:00 AM)

    Though the poem narrates a dream yet it is blended with pure objects of nature, the dream itself a spiritual experience representing high spirit, sublime ideals of the poetess, love and peace for the world. Written in simple but real poetic diction, the imagery is also praiseworthy.

  • POEM: To The Descending Sun! by Shazia Batool (12/28/2011 7:03:00 AM)

    The Descending Sun casting its influence on inhabitants of the world has been depicted, it is a common but worth-noting phenomenon of nature but it often remains unheeded. The poetess notices it and depicts in a beautiful diction. When the sun descends, its plight is no more than the plight of a patient: pale.. sad and sick...lost vigor, zeal and zest...casting shadows, dark and deep..... Everything that pertains to the descending sun is gloomy, though it dies daily yet the poetess does not feel any mishap, she thinks it a t Nature's game of hide and seek, of sinking day and rising night.

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