Forough Farrokhzad Poems
|2.||The Wind Will Take Us Away||12/29/2011|
|3.||The Wedding Band||12/29/2011|
|4.||One Day Ali Told His Mom||12/29/2011|
|7.||The Wind-Up Doll||12/29/2011|
|8.||To My Sister||12/29/2011|
|11.||I Will Greet The Sun Again||12/29/2011|
|17.||I Feel Little Garden’s Pain||12/29/2011|
|18.||Someone Who Is Like No One||12/29/2011|
|20.||Call To Arms||12/29/2011|
|21.||The Captive [ Asir ]||12/29/2011|
|23.||Conquest Of The Garden||12/29/2011|
|24.||The Bird Was Just A Bird||12/29/2011|
|25.||The Bird May Die...||12/29/2011|
|26.||It Is Only Sound That Remains||12/29/2011|
|28.||Only The Sound Will Last||12/29/2011|
|32.||The Sin [gonah]||12/29/2011|
The Sin [gonah]
I sinned a sin full of pleasure,
In an embrace which was warm and fiery.
I sinned surrounded by arms
that were hot and avenging and iron.
In that dark and silent seclusion
I looked into his secret-full eyes.
my heart impatiently shook in my breast
In response to the request of his needful eyes.
In that dark and silent seclusion,
I sat dishevelled at his side.
his lips poured passion on my lips,
I escaped from the sorrow of my crazed heart.
I whispered in his ear the tale of love:
I want you, O life of mine,
I want you, O life-giving ...
Those two lone pilgrims of void routes,
my dark pupils, had fainted away-
under sway of his eyes.
I saw that he was waving-
on the entirety of my verve:
Like an immense fire in the wind;