Authors

Aazam Abidov

Library of Congress (or Local) Name

Obidov, Azam

Fall 10-1-2004

Participant Status

Resident

Genre

Poetry

Abstract

Includes "HOMELAND," "YOUR VISIT," "BEING SECRET," "DOOMSDAY ON YOUR HEART," "I FEEL DARE IN," "THE DAYS," "GET OFF MY SIGHT," "THERE ARE SUCH BIRDS," "DAPPER DREAMS," "HURT IS NOTHING," "MY LIFE," "BUT NEVER LOVE ME," "O, MY HEART," "MIRACLE IS ON THE WAY," "THE SKY AS MY HOPE," "PATIENCE HURTS THE LOVE," "I AM NOT AFRAID OF LIVING," "SACRIFICE," "ASK FORGIVE ME," "FRESH SMELL SPRING," "A VILLAGE," "I NEED A CITIZEN," "APOLOGY," "BEAR LOVE, FEMALE," "PATIENCE," "I AM HAPPY," "FOR FREEDOM," "AT LEAST YOU…," "NIGHT," "THE SUN, WATER AND SOIL," "MOTHER," "MY PURE LAND," "GOLD AND MEN," "HEART," "AGAIN TO MY VERSE," "MY ORCHARD," "MY VERSE," "TO MY CHILDHOOD," "MONOLOGUE," "BEAUTY," "AGAIN I TAKE MY TUNE," "END OF SUMMER," "SOUL," "PEOPLE," "APPROACH," "A MAN AND A BIRD," "STRUGGLE," "HOBBLE," "ON MY WAYS," "THAT WILL DO," "MY TUNE," "IGNORANCE," "CUT STRAW," "TALKS," "TO WHOM I LEAN," "ABOUT MODESTY," "HOW MATMUSA SOLD HIS DONKEY," "MY TINY VERSE IS THAT MY BROKEN-HEARTED," "LOOK FOR ME," "HANDS OF FREEDOM," "LEAVE YOURSELF STRAIGHT…," "MY DISREGARDED WORDS," "I WILL RISE AS FREEDOM," "OMON MATJON," "I WON’T DIE!," "O, MOTHER," "A STRANGER’S FLOWER," "CIRCUS. A SNAKE TRAINER," "CRADLES AT YOUR HOME," "MUHAMMAD ALI," "ELEPHANT AND PUPPY," "ABDULLA SHER," "AZIM SUYUN," "ABDUVALI QUTBIDDIN," "MIRZO KENJABEK," "SALIM ASHUR," "A WATER MILL," "VOICE OF THE NIGHT," "THERE IS A WORD…," "BAHROM RUZIMUHAMMAD," "LEGENDS," "INSANE," "IN THE SPRING," "DAVSAMAN," "ESHQOBIL SHUKUR," "NIGHT ENTREATY," "JANUARY 2, 1962," "DEATH," "LOVERS," "EXPERIMENT," "LAST WILL," "BRILLIANCE OF LOVE," "TO UZBEK PEOPLE," "CHULPON’S HEART-BREAK," "ZEBO MIRZO," "IN AUTUMN," "APOSTATE STONE," "MAN OF FREEDOM," "IKROM OTAMUROD," "IQBOL," "GYMNASTICS OF THE PAST," "MIRPULAT MIRZO," "AZIZ SAID," "I MISSED," "HEAT OF ART," "ONLY THAT VERSE," "THE LEAST VERSIFIED NOVEL," "JABBOR ESHONKUL," "TIME," "ALONE WITH MARINA TSVETAEVA…," "DEATH OF NIGHT," "A WHITE SHADOW," "INFANT," "HOMELAND," "DAVRON RAJAB," "ZULHUMOR," "DILSUZ," "AKMAL IKROMOV," and "AZAM OBIDOV."

Translation Note

Translated from Uzbek poetry by Azam Abidov.

Total Pages

85 pages

Residence at the time of participation

Uzbekistan

Working Language

Russian

Role

poet, translator

Resident's Biography

http://iwp.uiowa.edu/node/743

Rights

Copyright © 2004 Aazam Abidov

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URL

http://ir.uiowa.edu/iwp_archive/86