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instrumental music is Salim Ghazi Saeedi's heavenly pleasure, Salim
calls his poetic works, the inferno of words: "I only write poems in
moments of extreme despair, fear and paralysis... I do not find
pleasure in language and this is why I have chosen instrumental
music as a way of expression. But you know... in such moments I am
unable to do anything else and so I reluctantly
express myself by inferno of words."
Holy Book of Anthropolatry
The Holy Book of Anthropolatry is a poetry book written
in Persian philosophizing eroticism as the art form
expressing the sense of touch.
Read the press release in English here and in
Salim published a poetry collection
consisting of the following sections: "Strings", "Stuffings", "Wanebook"
and "The Book of Creator".
The poetry collections are originally written in
Persian while English
translations are also available. About the English translation Salim
notes: "Originally I have written the poems in Farsi and I have
translated them into English myself. The translation and rendered
poetic form are indeed not perfect but I did it anyway to convey
the meanings at least for those who pursue my music works."
Persian version of the poetry is
purchasable in paperback format at lulu marketplace:
(C) Salim Ghazi