An Armenian but grew up away from my hometown but Armenia was and is and always will be here in my heart, the most beautiful place at the world.
I live at Arabic country,
Because of that I do use 4 languages during my daily life, (Armenian, Arabic, Turkish, English) ,
It's a little bit hard to keep the balance between many languages,
I studied and graduated from Karen Jeppe Armenian College,
About poetry I begun writing poem, since I was just 9 years old
At first for sure i begun to write in 'Armenian' language my 'mother language' then in 'Arabic' and 'English',
I guess it's something not always about education,
For sure that the ... more »
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- Before The Last Goodbye!
- I'm A Syrian And I'm Proud!
- Lost Desires
- To A Friend! -new-
- A Secret Place
- The Secret Of Happiness
- A Message To Humanity
- A Glassy Home For Us
- I'm An Old Tree
- Forgive But Never Forget
- The Innocent Smile Of The Children
- The Description Of Love
- The Nights And Your Eyes
- A Cave Like A Grave
Quotationsmore quotations »
''Whenever pain is survived,Alone in pain.
Pitied people has gone so far.''
Give me your hands Then we'll climb highest mountains with laughter and prayers,Friendship!
Forgetting you fears then at the top of the highest hill you will admire the beauty of the friendship and your ...
''What's the happiness all about, choices that comes across the life, catch the right one and be aware, when your turn comes don't lose your way.''Choose the Happiness
''At this awful world that's full of hate and the hearts are bare,Glory of love!
I wonder how can the glory of love still survive!''
''Awareness and wellness can make our world a better place, it will be easier to ban any fault before it happens instead of trying to cure or solve after it happened!''Awareness
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