Tuesday, May 2, 2017

the window to the world on life of a poet interview: Sina Saberi

Can you tell us about yourself?

I’m Sina, from Tehran. I try to discover who I am every day through a journey of self-discovery which has been going on for years now. 

Which country do you live in now? What’s your profession? be general, no need to specify your location...

 I live in Iran, my motherland. I’m a performing artist/interpreter/teacher. Currently, most of my activities are involved with the Performing Arts, specifically physical theater and dance.

We’re happy that you have been part of Poets Rally as a participant, what has driven you to where you are in this particular community? 

My memory doesn’t serve me well enough to tell you when it was exactly that I started taking part in Poets Rally; but I’m sure it was quite some time ago. I always enjoyed the support which was present in this community and it helped me grow from being a person who shares their thoughts on the internet to someone with more confidence in a way.

How long have you been blogging? Do you think being part of a poetry community contributes to your creative writing?

I was blogging even before joining WordPress. I believe altogether it has been about 7 years now. And being part of this community surely helped me with my creative writing.

Why poetry? Do you write fiction too?

I do write fiction as well. I enjoy writing in various forms in fact. There is something about poetry though… It has always come very naturally to me. As you can see, most of my blog posts are in the form of poetry. It feels very familiar. Poetry feels like home.

Please share 3 to 5 blog links you enjoy reading most, give 1 or 2 sentences to tell why you love their creative process.

This one I always enjoy since it provides useful information.

Reminds me of my earlier works. Very expressive.
Heartfelt posts I can easily relate to.

How do you know when a poem is done? your own experiences need to be shared here...

You just know. Once the flow comes to a halt and you have been moved by something, you just know the poem has come to an end.

In my own poem, ‘Beneath Our Eyes’ the lines “You lay silently- To die?” express this eloquently.

How do you decide when a poem is "good"? Do you redo your own poems after they’re posted? it could be poem someone else written...

In any poem-be it mine or someone else’s- The very first lines should have an element of attraction for me to keep reading. And then the flow should keep me move on to the end and in the end, once I’m done with the poem, if I feel something new in my heart, I know it’s a good poem. Also the choice of wording matters to me. I love to see harmony and integrity and hear a euphoric rhythm somehow.

Do you think music and poetry are related? Why?

Absolutely. To me, whenever I’m reading a poem, I ca imagine what kind of music could accompany it. And every song to me is also a poem even if it has no vocals.

What issues are closed to your heart? Women’s rights, child abuses, etc.…name one…

Humanity and Liberation.

What’s your other hobbies besides writing? Do you have pets? Give us a picture if you own a pet.

I take photographs and go to the theater very often.

Please list your blog links below, share 1 or 2 poems that represents best of your poetry talent…
Thanks in advance.

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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Thursday Poets Rally Week 84 speical, 30 poems in 30 days April nutrition/Wellness/freedom/openheart/illistration March (read, post, share and laugh)


Saturday, January 14, 2017

Notes to Followers, Poets at Large, and Poets Who Recall Us, a 7 year anniversary for poetry rally for poets

Happy Birthday is easy to say
than doing
poetry writing is easy typing
than influcing
when we start poets rally 7 years ago
we are timid birds
seeking shelter and protection
and we are fearful baby
who cries for lyrics and attention
with thousands of poets agreeing
we have at least 5, 000 followers at facebook
and up to 1, 000 followers from twitter
and we enjoy all the poem brewing

Thanks to Thursday Poets Rally officers
and folks at large for the open mind
and for the romantic veres
that motivate us, greetings to
Bruce, Chris G, Leo, Sis, Greenspeck, Blaque,
Ibok, Fiveloaf, Kavita, Olivia, Blaga, Jamie, Wordwand,
Bill Cook, Steve Martin, Rough Water John, Wolfrosebud,
C-rose, Robin, Riika Infinity, Dave Bowie, Ava Cherry, Mick Jagger,
Jingle, Shail, Danforth, Sam, Bended Spoon, Sea Bell, REbecca, Indie
Iris, Joe, Brin, Curt, Tom, Larry, Chris, Alison, Hargis, Hans, Michael

happy 7ths birthday
we encourage you to continue promote creativity
and knowing our book ceos such as Jeff Bezos, Bob Young, Tine Fey, Amanda,
Penny Liu, Frankel Zhang, Katie Woodward, Ryan Senning, Josh Parth, Chimese Davis,
Barack Obama, George Bush, Mary Wood, Doanld Trump. Lawrence Yep,
Amy Tan, Pearl Busk, An Na, A Yi, Alison Wong, Venetian Peng, Sheng Wu
poetry road, c rose, bodhirose, jay walking moon, loomis, abbey wood, amelia

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, to poets all over the world, be sure you know David Bowie, Ava Cherry, Angelina Pitts, and Mick Jagger

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, to poets all over the world,
be sure you know David Bowie, Ava Cherry, Angelina Pitts, and Mick Jagger

through years of blogging, poeming, story slaming,
we have exposure to places, people, and animals

through google, yahoo, internet, microsoft, firefox mozilla,
we know leading technology and silicon valley

we love mother goose and nursery rymes
and we know Boston, Dallas, Victoria, Williamson, Woodland, Michigan, Jamestown, Ada, Vanghu

how delicious it is to know more poets and their talents
how good it is to be noticed by a product that you are profund enough to continue your idaology

we do love work from David Bowie, Mick Jagger, and Ava Cherry
we absolutely love Peter Constantin math talent, we love Terrence Tao, Jerry Bona

way to go,
have a Cherry christmas to Larry Page, Sundai Pichar, Benji Wojin, and Beryl Schmidt

let the snow fall,
let the months and words of rhyming roll

as spring air approaches
our spirit renew and our inspirations extend

thanks to Bill and Melinda Gates, and thanks to Pearson education and Jimmy Johns
best wishes to Bill Cook, Tracy Harris, Leo, Sis, Olivia, Kavita, Ava, Eddie, Blaga, and to Stevenji

stay high, Tom L Wu, Abbey Wood, Patti Johnson, Amelia Wilson, Zhongqiang Peng,
Fei Yang, Shen Yun, Gabe Mugroofs, Lucinda Southworth, Sam Walton, Wavely Wang,

additional notes to Jinlge Yanqui, Arzela Leming, Jay Moon, Lara Yunaska, Boonie Haydon,    Yunqing Fan, Jianfei Sun, Hongjian Gao,  Lei Zhang, Xiaodong Xie, Zhixiong Fu, Jun Tu,

 Xin Zhao, Vicker Henrickson, Jian Cao, Yan Chen, Stacia Campbell, Upham and Clancy
a thumb up to Chuck Reed, Edward Lee, Christopher Clark, Pat Quinn, and Mimi Schapiro

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