At first glance, this concept is a color that imagines a strange life for itself. He seeks to blossom the cocoon of loneliness and finally feels alone that to get rid of loneliness and get acquainted with new colors, he must give in to the separation of parts of his being. In this work, the author pays attention to the fact that the colorful gems in the existence of every human being, if believed by him, will ignite and manifest themselves. Getting rid of the existing cocoon and moving towards the possible, which is sometimes a human desire, will be possible only by freeing oneself and giving oneself to the other, both of which are the same thing; But switching from one to another is a difficult task that is simply not possible.
Nimā Yushij, also called Nimā, was a contemporary Persian poet. He is famous for his style of poetry which he called she'r-e now, also known as she'r-e nimaa'i in his honour after his death. He is considered as the father of modern Persian poetry.
He published his first poem, A Pale Tale (Ghesseye Rangparideh) in 1920.
There are also five children’s poems that shows his tender nature. One, among them is the beautiful poem It is springtime Kids.
Jackal is unhappy with his dull brown and grey fur. He dreams of looking bright and beautiful like the peacocks so that will admire him. But is being a peacock really as glamorous as it seems? A story about longing, envy, ingenuity and finding out who you really are.
After creating sky, earth, mountains and, God creates the king Jamshid, the most honest and kindest king in the world. In his territory all creatures were so happy. In his era there was no winter no summer, no illness no death. He was the king of land for 300 years, but after that time nothing was left for animals and people to eat. Jamshid was so sad and did not know what to do. Finally after thinking so much he found a solution. He decided to go to Hormozd and...
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