PROBABLY SUNSETS ARE ALIKE BY ANAHIT ARUSTAMYAN
PROBABLY SUNSETS ARE ALIKE 
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Yesterday's sunrise was different. A rose and a nightingale fell in love.
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PROBABLY SUNSETS ARE ALIKE BY ANAHIT ARUSTAMYAN

Yesterday's sunrise was different.

A rose and a nightingale fell in love.

An apricot tree was a bride.

Its dress made from blossoms was white.

Today's sunrise is different.

It is raining but wait, the sun will smile!

All sunrises are different.

Probably sunsets are alike.

The Canvas Of My Soul: The Hues Of My Palette Kindle Edition

by Anahit Arustamyan (Author)

5.0 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

The Canvas Of My Soul is a colorful dreamscape of insights and emotions. My words linger with the reader.

The Canvas Of My Soul is a poetic reporter of the "Human Condition" as I explore the rhythms and patterns of human heart and soul.

The Canvas Of My Soul includes lyrical, romantic and philosophical poems.

The Hues Of My Palette which is the subtitle of The Canvas Of My Soul is an artistic landscape in lyrical words and deep thoughts.

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5.0 out of 5 starsLovely poems that work together through beautiful imagery and music to paint one soul's picture

December 21, 2018

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Anahit's collection of poetry is true to its name. The poems are full of colors, and they are rich with imagery and music.

The theme of a soul painting her way through this world appears through many of the poems in the form of wings and birds, and the royal color purple also plays an important part.

The persona of the poems converses with angels, depicting painting as a form of making or discovering one's destiny,

as in the poem "I Look for the Hues" where shes asks the angels "Have you ever painted your destinies?

", to which the angels reply "Before we were born in the world our destinies had already been painted."

In one of my favorite poems "Hallelujah," the poet states the dichotomy of the mortal with the immortal best with this line: "I am a mortal leaf of the immortal tree."

I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves short, lyrical poems with beautiful, whimsical imagery.

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