Alireza Shams

Alireza Shams Poems

She looked at me
when she was listening to the moon
It seemed the moon
was going to speak with her soon
...

A bag of pomegranates hidden under visitors veil,
A slice of warm watermelon behind cold room's bar,
A handful of pistachios salted by tears' saltiness!
Leave me by myself,
...

The train is coming
Could you hear
how wheels are kissing the rails?
They will never know
...

14.

I remember that euphoria day:
When we were both young,
Where the birds heard our song!
I remember your silky hair
...

Walking through these gray streets alone,
Thinking of you, in the best way I've known,
I can see your sweet smile,
Sparking in my mind for a while
...

Alireza Shams Biography

Dr. Alireza Shams is a chemical engineer and a mathematical and theoretical biologist. Beside the academic and industrial experiences, he is a poet, writer, translator and literary critic. His literary activity since 2001 began with founding Cactus Magazine in Sharif university of Technology and he was the chief editor of it for more than two years. Before immigrating to Canada, he published several stories and poems in different journals. Since his arrival in Montreal, he became the literary editor of the weekly Iranian magazine (Hafteh) and He established the Persian Poetry Association in Montreal in May 2013. Also, He is the Vice-President for Cultural and Educational Affairs in Hope for Children with Cancer non-profit organization. So far, he has eight published poetry books and two other books in press.

The Best Poem Of Alireza Shams

Nothing!

She looked at me
when she was listening to the moon
It seemed the moon
was going to speak with her soon
Nothing happened!

I've waited for a long time
since that majestic night
She left me alone
when everything seemed to be alright
Nothing happened!

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