Feride Serin was born in Mersin of Turkey. She was graduated from Atatürk High School in Bursa. She studied at Agriculture at Ankara Üniversty. Completed her master's degree at the University of Uludag. She is a teacher at primary school in Bursa now.
She is a student in the class Anadolu University 4 Department of Philosophy.
She worked as a web editor of the newspaper and as a... more »
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Feride Serin Poems
autumn loneliness empty roads which speaks
I know you're so far, Pain turned around, Tired in body storms, There was pain in the eyes of the sleepless.
There was a knock on my door It was you Never expected guest Loneliness
all night the moon and the stars dancing in my city this morning the fragility of life-coated
Every Morning 2
every morning He left the darkness hope for the future of solar no longer enough for me
unfinished poem In the poet's diary love without end
I had a bit of rational faculty; unfortunately, stolen by a piece of poetry!
the shadow of the moon In lover's face Keeping language...
The wind was blowing hard sighs tree Say goodbye to leaf
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empty roads which speaks
I've been there
sides of the street
under the leafless trees
waiting for him.. feride cool