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The Literary Groong - 02/01/2001

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	by Knarik O. Meneshian

	What is it
	that conjures up feelings of longing
	every time I hear a song,
	whether it be of a flower,
	a poplar, or the mountain Ararat,
	and extends beyond
	its realms of intermingled
	rocks and fields
	and lacy, rose-toned walls
	to penetrate my senses --
	not allowing me to bend and blend?

	Although not from its realms,
	I am of it.


Knarik Meneshian was born in Austria, from an Armenian father and an
Austrian mother. She's married and is a writer and a teacher. She has
also taught ESL in the village of Jrashen (Spitak region), Armenia in
1991. Various of her works, - (poems, short stories, articles,
reviews, - have been published in American and Armenian publications.
She has authored "Reflections", a book of poems, and translated to
"Musa Dagh - The Banishment of Zeitoun and Suedia's Revolt" by Rev.
D. Antreassian, from Armenian to English.

Copyright  2000 Knarik O. Meneshian

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