Martin Foroz FW 2017

Mohammad Forouzani (Martin Foroz) is an Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature, originally Iranian, but presently living in Oman and teaching at the University of Nizwa. His previous publications concern language teaching areas. Regarding literary pieces, he has been writing poems in both Persian (native language) and English in the past twenty years, and his English poems have recently been published in Voice of Monarch Butterflies: Middle Eastern anthology by Ten Poets from Ganges to Nile, Tuck Magazine, Raven Cage Ezine, The Poet Community, Daath Voyage Journal, Peacock Journal, and Scarlet Leaf Magazine. His collection of poems is in press by Olympia Publishers.

No Language but Feeling

I know thousands of sounds and words
Without knowing any special languages
Though words are for us the thought birds
They are of no use or any advantages

Utterances seem not to be bound at all
Thecatsonthemat sound one thing to ear
Upon hearing my eyebrows may crawl
But still I am a listener of what I hear

Language is nothing but just the meaning
It is the association which brings the feeling
Feeling is substitution for word as weaning
We should care the meaning in our dealing