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By Cg Fewston
A Time to Love in Tehran
Before there was a revolution, there was a time to love in Tehran.
''The lever had no design flaws. The eight prisoners dropped instantly. Several of the men writhed and kicked and gagged. The black flag had been raised and it now flapped inside a breeze. I watched...
The poem is re-telling of a dream, taking place in the alleys of Tehran.
Short Story | Updated Oct 29, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
An essay I wrote for a competition at the university. I won, and with that I got a free trip to Turkey, which will commence March 8th. The essay had to be specifically about how a certain book (The Prisoner of Tehran by Marina Nemat) enhanced my understanding of other cultures. You might be a...