Saturday, June 19, 2021

Sameer Mehrab

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Sameer Mehrab is a writer and co-founder of Balochistan Times. He often depicts Balochistan's socio-political dilemmas in his fiction and poetry. He is based in Canada.

مۓ وتی ڈان و سانچۆ

ڈان کِهئوٹئے، نان تهنا هسپانوی و جھانی ادبئے تها کلاسِکے منّگ بیت بلکێن اگان جهانا چه بایبل و کُرانا رند ێک کتابے سک باز...

ما و دُنیا

دُنیایا کئوم ہست و تکریبَن گیشتریں کئوماں ملک ہم ہست۔ ہر کسا کہ ملک نیست، بزاں ماتا نئیاورتگ۔ ما بلوچ ہم انچیں کئومے ایں...

A letter to cousin Behrouz Bochani in Manus Island

Hey Behrouz Bochani, I will take the liberty of calling you Cousin. But don’t be taken aback or take me as a pusher. Let me...

May God save us; military has found a new enemy

A few days ago in North Waziristan, Pakistani army attacked a peaceful public rally headed by elected members of the National Assembly Ali Wazir...

The Shepherd, The Greek and The Colonel

Disclaimer:  This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used...

The role of law in Baloch-Pakistan conflict

Why ask the Baloch to follow Pakistan’s constitution, when the state itself disregards its laws in punishing the Baloch for not following Pakistan’s constitution? The...

In the loving memory of uncle Noor Ahmad

Karima called me while on her way to the Pearson airport, Toronto. She was heading to Montreal for the hearing of her asylum case...

Here I am

Saddened but not broken Shackled but not hindered   I fell from your blows, Harsh and continuous, I fell but not subdued My gaze still upwards Aspiring for the sun   I heard...

انسانی تاریخ ءِ سرا گونڈیں چمشانکے

اشی ءِ مزنیں بہرے تاج بلوچ ءَ چہ سمیر محراب ءِ انگریزی نبشتانک ءَ رجانک کُتگ۔ آ کجام بود اِنت کہ ما انسانءَ را چہ...

I’ll meet you some day

I always believed I'll meet you some day Like old friends Or former lovers Bumping into one another In strange countries At ordinary cafes Where you were not supposed to go Where...

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