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"No Jail Can Confine Your Poetry" !

"No Jail Can Confine Your Poetry" is the first poetry collection by world poets, expressing solidarity with the people of Afghanistan. This book serves as a poetic protest against inequality, violence, discrimination, censorship, and oppression. It is scheduled to be published on August 15 in Japan. Baamdaad - House of Poetry in-Exile initiated a call for poets worldwide to contribute poems that challenge policies of censorship and repression. These poems are a collective response to Baamdaad's earlier call. Over a hundred poets from around the globe have joined this movement and submitted their poems to Baamdaad. The collection will feature thirty-seven Japanese poets and twenty-one poets from various parts of the world, with translations available in Japanese.





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