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Lazy Thoughts of a Lazy Woman, Virago, Like any thing you own I am a shape, designed to have a certain use; was born to be placed on view. Writing from the top of a hill in Wales, her subjects are dreams, death, the body, being a woman, being a human, silence, speech, childhood, sexual abuse, and mental health. While Adonis continued with his experiments in every aspect of his art, an entire generation of poets across the Arabic-speaking world at the turn of the 21st century were taking poetry in a variety of new directions. Love poetry The theme of love has been present in the Arabic poetic tradition since the earliest poems committed to written form. Were you touched by this poem?
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