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July 7, 2016

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  • Marlowian Protagonist

    The Epic of Gilgamesh, a poem by the oldest known human author we can name by name, Shin-eqi-unnini, is a story of Gilgamesh, a historical king of Uruk in Babylonia. Gilgamesh is glorified in this epic: ‘two-third of him (Gilgamesh) is god, one-third of him is human’; ‘Anu (a god) granted him the totality of … Continue reading

  • A Portrait of an Outsider

    This poem was written pursuant to a theme ‘Asians to Watch Out for’ the Peril Magazine had finalized for their new online edition in June, 2016. It was a part of Poetry Editorial I had written for the edition.
    Eyes–curved inside with the burden of life;
    Dark spots translating hope into despair,
    Eyelashes along with eyebrows brooding
    Over thorns … Continue reading

  • 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

  • Poetry Editorial for PERIL MAGAZINE

    This is the link to Poetry Editorial (published on June 8, 2016) for Peril Magazine I was given an opportunity by Editor-in-Chief PERIL Magazine, Eleanor Jackson, to write for the current edition ‘Asians to Watch Out For’:  http://peril.com.au/current-edition/poetry-editorial/ 
    THE POETRY EDITORIAL:
    Ideas can spring from anywhere. Sometimes we even can’t follow the trajectory of our own thoughts. As tobacco is … Continue reading