Six Hundred Quatrains is my third poetry. It is composed of two parts. The first part is called Three Hundred Quatrains. The language of the book is Persian, and it is in an acrostic which
is called "Robaee."
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Six Hundred Quatrains (600 robaee) is the third poetry by Kamal Hajian. It is the second part of a two-part book, which is 300 and 600 Quatrains. The subject of the poems is about love, death, happiness, and ethics. The form of the poems is in classical and ancient form. However, the language is simple contemporary Persian, and easy to read. The correction and revision of poems has been done with the help of a friend who lives in Iran. The book has 308 pages, and is printed in colors. The author has used flowers as ornaments in the book. The book is printed in hard-cover, with white papers inside.
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