Tag: guest-edited by Porochista Khakpour
What’s it like to own a beagle named London in Iran?
Fardaha represents the second dekalogue of Canto X of an unfinished epic by the poet Omid Pirr.
“It will never stop, and it will always be necessary. What I did to you was necessary, and what you do to me is necessary.”
But no one can / hold a hope so long—there’s relief.
The spark of attraction he felt for Farideh could grow into a steady flame, he was sure now.