Journal Article — Letter to Mahmoud Darwish — by Amy Tighe

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The tradition of poets writing letters to other poets allows us to speak to each other in our own language. Amy Tighe, an emerging poet, responds to Mahmoud Darwish through a combination of her own experience of being friends with a Palestinian family, and her love of the intimacy of poetry.

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The tradition of poets writing letters to other poets allows us to speak to each other in our own language. Amy Tighe, an emerging poet, responds to Mahmoud Darwish through a combination of her own experience of being friends with a Palestinian family, and her love of the intimacy of poetry.

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Tighe, Amy. 2009. “Letter to Mahmoud Darwish.” Pp. 75-78 in “If I touch the Depth of Your Heart … ” : The Human Promise of Poetry in Memories of Mahmoud Darwish (Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge: Volume VII, Special Issue, 2009.) Belmont, MA: Okcir Press (an imprint of Ahead Publishing House).

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