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  • The Sindh Times — Syre’s Interview

    This is a link to a brief interview taken from me about some questions on poetry in the daily The Sindh Times taken back in Jan, 26, 2016:  http://www.thesindhtimes.com/entertainment/beauty-depth-sublimity-imagination-make-good-poetry-muzamil-syre/

    The Sindh Times: What inspires you to write poetry?

    Muzamil Syre: Inspiration is a multifaceted phenomenon, not bounded by anything at all. It is manifest through the whole cosmos, be … Continue reading

  • Sindhi Poetry Collection Launched — Khathuri Khep Kheter Mein (Muzamil Syre)

    This is an article written by Imtiaz Ali in Daily Dawn on 10-08-2015 — the event of inauguration of Syre’s Sindhi poetry book — Khathuri Khep Kheter Mein.


    KARACHI: A poetry book titled Khathuri Khep Kheter Mein by trilingual poet and senior bureaucrat Muzamil Syre was launched at the Karachi Arts Council of Pakistan on Sunday … Continue reading

  • On Couch I Lay Rewinding The Movie

    on couch I lay rewinding the movie…
    the space followed by time followed the clock—
    ding-dong               ping-pong               sing-song
    several sounds             noise
    a hotchpotch                a yarn               a twister
    Brando wept wistfully                 Kate smiled
    Hopkins roared               Hanks strolled
    a tea cup was breeding a storm
    violent               uncontrollable               rare
    several threads were intertwined with each other
    the writer could not so I had not been able to stop … Continue reading

  • Seamus Heaney (Death)

    In fact, today, at my Facebook account, a friend of mine and colleague, Kakar Shahzeb, shared with me a post that spoke of “Death of a Naturalist”. With the first look, I travelled to 1960 Faber and Faber’s first edition of the book by Seamus Heaney. A few seconds later I very sadly learnt about the death news of … Continue reading

  • The bureaucrat with poetic flair

    This is an article written by Imtiaz Ali on Sunday, March 31, 2013  in THE NEWS from Print Edition, Karachi. Imtiaz says:

    There is much to reflect upon when M Syre, a young trilingual writer with a bureaucratic background, says that to survive in this bitter world, you have to suppress your sensibility to some extent. He reflects … Continue reading

  • Windermere’s Wordsworth & Lake Zurich

    Lake Zurich—in German, Zurichsee—unfolded impressive scenery that, I had not expected, uncurled my mental knots, which the fatigue of 12 hours’ driving had created the last night that I had commenced from Dusseldorf (Germany) to Zurich (Switzerland). On the horizon, I could, out of sheer curiosity, struggle myself for long to find it was Alpine … Continue reading