Riyas Qurana

Riyas Qurana is a contemporary poet known for several interesting poems. These include A Bird That Was Most Used Upand Love is not a Word.’ Such poetry suggests that the author is interested in various themes, including family, grief, and love.

A Bird That Was Most Used Up

‘A Bird That Was Most Used Up’ by Riyas Qurana is a four stanza poem about creativity. Here the poet illustrates himself and his creativity as an infinite source of greatness in his poetic writing

A Text About Reading The Letter

‘A Text About Reading The Letter’ by Riyas Qurana is a free verse poem with twelve stanzas dedicated to discussing a letter between a lover and his beloved. 

Author Never Dies

‘Author Never Dies’, by Riyas Qurana, is a poem that utilizes the metaphor of “the bird” to express how elusive writing and wording can be.

Fish Bouncing Kiss

‘Fish Bouncing Kiss’ by Riyas Qurana describes a moment between lovers which contains hundreds of other memories retold beneath a tree.

Love Is Not A Word

‘Love Is Not A Word’ by Riyas Qurana, is a poem that personifies love and dives into the notion of love and what is needed to maintain it in relationships.

Surveillance

‘Surveillance’ by Riyas Qurana is a twenty four line free verse poem that discusses and highlights the claustrophobia that comes along with the concept of surveillance.

Tea at Sunrise

‘Tea at Sunrise’ by Riyas Qurana is a free verse poem of eleven stanzas written in first person about a sunrise that is anticipated to flip life upside-down.

The Little Girl Waved Her Hand

‘The Little Girl Waved Her Hand’ by Riyas Quarana describes a surrealist world in which the speaker reflects on the pond, clouds, and general evening.

Upon the Table the Tea Turning Cold

‘Upon the Table the Tea Turning Cold’ by Riyas Qurana is a free verse poem that emphasizes the importance of reconciling the past and future. 

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