Enchantments in a Persian Garden

This is a poetic journey about strife, pain, love and peace. Verses about the harshness of life, frustrations, grief and yet survival and hope. The poems touch turmoil, the mundane and the mystical. There is war and peace, fear and love, self-deceit and humility, and a quest for surrender.

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About Shahram Parvin

Shahram Parvin lives in London in United Kingdom. He has published two illustrated counting books for children less than seven years of age and a satire for teenagers and generally the young. Shahram has published poems on the themes of life under the title “Enchantments in a Persian Garden”. He also has a poetry collection on poverty, which he intends to publish soon.
The illustrated 'Hide and Seek', and 'The Baby Elephant’ teach children basic counting and reading skills through entertaining rhyme stories. Book Aid International distributed thousands of donated copies of 'Counting is Fun' series to children's corners in Africa, for children in poverty.
'The Battle of the Weasel and the Hen' is a satire with allegories to the modern political and financial system, written in the form of an animal fiction. Experience shows it is quite entertaining for older people too.
Shahram’s poetry includes political and social themes. ‘Enchantments in a Persian Garden’ is a book of verse about life; many allegorical and others direct poems.

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