Zubyre Parvez

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Zubyre Parvez is a writer from Forest gate, East London. He studied at Hertfordshire University, with a degree in English Literature.

He won runners up in University of Hertfordshire poetry competition and a poetry competition judged by Simon Armitage and Margaret Atwood.

His work has been published in Kobita.

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The apple does not fall far from the oak
Old English Proverb

Those old folk were Columbus's
To emigrating skies they flocked
As anchors dropped on ports
The breeze left their sails
As mud left unfarmed
Lingered as a remembrance
I never knew that we held to
The brown mud heaped wood
It was a habit, a womb of history
I never knew that brown
Was what we called home
the son parrots his old fashioned
Father old and wild eyed
With sweeping gestures
Ruts felt deeply in the concrete jungle
In the stagnation of all repetition

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