Mahmoud Darwish Quote: “Sometimes I feel as if I…”

Sometimes I feel as if I am read before I write. When I write a poem about my mother, Palestinians think my mother is a symbol for Palestine. But I write as a poet, and my mother is my mother. She’s not a symbol.

Mahmoud Darwish


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Name: Mahmoud Darwish
Profession: Poet
Nationality: Palestinian
Birthday: March 13, 1941
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