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I Remember What Means Hazara, a poem by Erkut Tukmen

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Sunday 22 March 2015

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From Poems for the Hazara: A Multilingual Poetry Anthology and Collaborative Poem by 125 Poets from 68 Countries
Executive Editor: Kamran Mir Hazar

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Publisher: Full Page Publishing/ January 23, 2014
Main Language: English
Other Languages: Spanish, Catalan, Japanese, Norwegian, Turkey, Hazaragi, Italian, Greek, German, Irish, Hebrew, Romanian, French, Armenian, Hungarian and Portuguese



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Poems for the Hazara

The Anthology of 125 Internationally Recognized Poets From 68 Countries Dedicated to the Hazara

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