Poetry on the Plaza features Persian poetry

An undated Persian manuscript containing Rubáiyát stanzas

An undated Persian manuscript containing Rubáiyát stanzas

In conjunction with the exhibition The Persian Sensation: The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám in the West, the Harry Ransom Center presents the Poetry on the Plaza event Persian Poetry on Wednesday, March 4, at noon.

English graduate student Yaser Amad, Austin musician and artist Koorosh Angali, Middle Eastern Librarian Robin Dougherty, and Michelle Kaiserlian, co-curator of The Persian Sensation, will perform selections by Omar Khayyám, Rumi, and other classical Persian poets.

Refreshments will be served at this free event.

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  2. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

  3. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

  4. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

  5. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

  6. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

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  8. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

  9. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

  10. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

  11. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

  12. poetry has the power to affect our emotions by using words alone, i really love poetry :-‘

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