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World Poetry Day 2024

On this World Poetry Day, let us delve into the profound power that poetry holds within its verses. It is often said that poetry has the ability to bring peace to troubled minds, to soothe weary souls, and to ignite flames of passion within our hearts. As we celebrate this day dedicated to the art of poetry, it is important to acknowledge the incredible contributions made by young poets and writers around the world.
Across every corner of the globe, aspiring poets and writers have poured their thoughts, emotions, and experiences into the pages of countless poetry books. These works serve as windows into the human condition, offering glimpses of joy, sorrow, love, and longing. They reflect the diversity of human existence and the universal truths that bind us all together.
In recent years, amidst the tumultuous backdrop of global events, the voices of marginalized communities have risen to the forefront of the literary world. Among these voices are the Rohingya poets, whose words resonate with raw honesty and profound resilience. Through their poetry, they offer glimpses into the harrowing realities of displacement, persecution, and loss, while also celebrating the enduring strength of the human spirit.
To truly appreciate the transformative power of poetry, we must open our hearts and minds to voices that are often overlooked or silenced. By embracing the poetry of the Rohingya people and other marginalized communities, we not only bear witness to their struggles but also stand in solidarity with their quest for justice, dignity, and recognition.
So, on this World Poetry Day, let us take a moment to immerse ourselves in the rich tapestry of poetic expression that surrounds us. Let us seek out the voices of young poets and writers, whose words have the power to inspire, provoke, and comfort us in equal measure. And let us remember that through the act of reading and sharing poetry, we have the opportunity to cultivate empathy, foster understanding, and cultivate peace in our minds and in the world around us.
Here you can find some of Poetry books written by Rohingya  Poets.
    By Mayyu Ali
    By Mohammad Erfun Amin
    By Different Rohingya Poets
    By Mohammad Erfun Amin
    By Mohammed Arshad Amin & Mayyu Hamim
    Collected by RohangKing
    By Faisal Justin
    By Abdu Rahman
9. Warrior’s Verse: A Rohingya Poet’s Quest For Justice and Freedom
    By Abdu Rahman
      By Sirajul Islam
      By Sayedur Rahman
      By Mohammad Erfun Amin
       By Roshidullah Kyaw Naing
      BY Roshidullah Kyaw Naing
      By Nur Sadek
Editorial Team
The Art Garden Rohingya
21- 03- 2024



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