Standing Above a Sigh is a collection of poetry divided into eight parts, examining a variety of subjects and themes―from love, loss, suffering, injustice, and exile to childhood memories, nature's magic and epic mythology, all with an insightful and feminist perspective. The impactful images of these poems linger and ripple in the mind.
About the author
Azadeh Azad is an Iranian-Canadian writer, poet and painter, residing in Montreal, Quebec. She is also a sociologist from Université de Montréal (PhD) and a trained psychotherapist / art therapist.
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