The dance of the Gypsies. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Love, song and dance, blood and the road. The dance of the Gypsies… I was in downtown Cologne, Germany in 1979.Watching dark eyes beautiful women dancing and singing on the sidewalkwith a old man playing a violin.They danced for the coin and if you gave […]
The dance of the Gypsies..
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Tabassum Tahmina Shagufta Hussein is an aesthete from Dhaka, Bangladesh & MA holder in British &American Literature. She has also Master’s degree in Human Resources Management from University of Dhaka. Hometown Chittagong has deep impact in her writings. She has served as the member of the Governing body of Mirsarai College, Chittagong. In professional life she was the faculty of Department of English in Daffodil International University, State University of Bangladesh, University of Asia Pacific and South-East University. She has also served as the Head of Training of Human Recourses Division in Bank Asia Ltd. Now a Free-lance writer, she is a Contributor for Different Truths Publications, India, featuring humanitarian to diverse issues. She is the weekly Translator for, Point Edition, ITHACA Foundation, Spain. Her debut was as a poet in the Our Poetry Archive ‘s Spiritual Poetry Beyond Borders Anthology, 2018.She has contributed to other news portals. She is the Contributor Columnist in Bangladeshi Print newspaper Our Time and The Good morning. She has contributed to London School of Economics Human Rights Blog as well. Her poems also appeared in several literary magazines. She is the 2nd KEL (Korean Expatriate Literature.) International Poet Award Winner 2021. This award is meant to encourage poets who participate in the international exchange of poetry annually and Bridging the Waters, a poetry anthology published every three years. In her stories published in the year 2021, she tries to delve deeper into human psyche with a view to exploring the factors that influence it. She has contributed to six Anthologies so far. She loves travelling and participates in recitations. Her late father is the inspiration for human rights and equity related writings. Her mother is the inspiration for her continuity of the writing and writings related to contemporary issues. Her daughter is her inspiration to the child welfare related writings. She seeks beauty from the blade of grass to twinkling stars. Aestheticism and humanism are the essences of her existence. She is the International Fellow 2020 of International Human Rights Arts Festival. She can be reached at email@example.com View all posts by shussein77