Fereydoon Moshiri

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Fereydoon Moshiri
فریدون مشیری
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Fereydoon Moshiri
Born (1926-09-21)September 21, 1926
Tehran, Iran
Died October 24, 2000(2000-10-24) (aged 74)
Tehran, Iran
Residence Tehran, Mashhad
Nationality Iranian
Occupation Poet
Spouse(s) Eghbal Akhavan-Zanjani (1955–2000, his death)
Children Bahar
Babak
Relatives Ebrahim Moshiri Afshar (father)
Website Official website of Fereydoon Moshiri

Fereydoon Moshiri (Persian: فریدون مشیری‎; September 21, 1926 – October 24, 2000)[1] was one of the prominent contemporary Persian poets who versified in both modern and classic styles of the Persian poem.[2]

A selection of his poems has been translated into English entitled With All my Tears by Ali Salami. Some of his other published works are as follows:

  • 1957, Gonah-e Darya (The Sin of the Sea)
  • 1958, Nayafteh (Undiscovered)
  • 1960, Abr (The Cloud)
  • 1970, Parvaz Ba Khorshid (Flying With the Sun)
  • 1978, Bahar ra Bavar Kon (Believe the Spring)
  • 1988, Ah Baran (Oh, the Rain)
  • 2001, Ta Sobh-e Tabnak-e Ahura'ii (Until the Bright of Ahuric Dawn)

Last years[edit]

Moshiri had been suffering from leukemia and renal failure for five years and died in "Tehran Clinic" hospital on October 24, 2000 at the age of 74.[2]

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