Georgian Literature Portal Shares Vagif Samadoghlu Poetry
Axali saunce, a crowd-pleasing Georgian literature portal, has posted in Georgian poems - “If You Write a Letter”, “When I Die”, “Once I Was the Horizon”, “I Saw a Life in a Dream”, “I Stretched Out My Hand Towards the Joy”, “Put Neither a Tombstone Nor a Statue on My Grave”, “There is Another Street İn My City”, “Wolf Tracks, Teach Me To Write a Poem, Teach Me...”, and “Fell on the Paper ...” by the People’s Poet of Azerbaijan Vagif Samadoghlu, as part of the AzSTC project “Azerbaijan Literature in a Virtual World”.
The portal also provides detailed information on the poet.
The translator is Imir Mammadli, a writer-translator.
The Axali saunce literature portal, financed by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport of the Republic of Georgia, continually updated, regularly publishes samples of pieces by internationally renowned writers and poets, such as Charles Dickens, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Velimir Khlebnikov, Harold Pinter, Roland Barth, Olga Tokarchuk, Italo Calvino, to name a few.
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