A Talk To Be Delivered To The Gruntlers At The Poetry Café


The great Azerbaijan poet Imadaddin Nasimi (1369-1417), whose name, more than six hundred years later is still known as a symbol of bravery, selflessness and determination in Near Eastern Countries. Surprisingly, however, he was flayed and then killed, because of his beliefs and radical ideas. Indeed, with his last breath, this lover of truth was unrepentant regarding his philosophy, which is why he is praised to this day in the poems of other poets and by the music of ozans.

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