Amér Jag (born 04 May 1993) is a Bosnian author. He is part of a new generation of Bosnian poets working to convey to an English-speaking audience the experience of specific South Slavic inspiration that created very interesting and emerging artistic style in contemporary European literature.
He published mainly in Bosnian and Serbian language through nfp art magazines and letters, as from age of 16. During his life in Bosnia he participated as a member of UNFPA, radio journalist and presenter.
He studies humanities at Tilburg University
walks trough the paths of solitude
towards the hut of revelation,
I would rip out of the ground
not one, but thousand
flowers, for your beauty.
You who move the wind,
from chests to chests -
You, whose silent looks
blush the dawn's sky
See, it's not that I don't admire your beautiful eyes.
Indeed, I do. Often and much more than you think.
It's not that I don't look in the newborn night's sky
as the last one I will ever see.