Volume 03 No. 3 (2008): July
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Volume 03 No. 3 (2008): July

: Mak Dizdar: The Poet

Mehmed Alija Dizdar, the most famous Bosnian poet of this age, was born in 1917 in Stolac, a town in the heart of Hum, the southern province of Bosnia. Few of Dizdar’s readers know him  []

: Checkpoint

at the checkpoint made of tree trunks and barrels filled with sand, a group of pale bus riders standing in a meandering line depends on one man whose belly will soon have his blouse buttons  []

: A Refugee Concept

1.0 I have always thought that rivers are cursed for they have no place to go but into the sea No home once you start to run and Stumble blindly over the stones Wind around  []

: Grandfather to Grandson

you will not remember much about me a thought here and there struggling to become an image occasional snapshots will make even more confusing whenever you set your electric train in motion, it was the  []

: Dead End

you should have known all along things are not as they appear, though once they do they are what they are – sheer luck got you across the open space, creating the illusion the mind’s  []

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