The late poet Ahmad Azizi commemorated
Publish Date : Monday 13 March 2017 - 18:36
IBNA– In its 35th program from the series titled “Night of a Poet”, Iranian Owj Media-Art Organization commemorated the recently deceased poet of Shi’a religion and Islamic Revolution Ahmad Azizi.
According to IBNA
correspondent, “Night of a Poet” is held in honor of the poets of the Islamic Revolution and 34 ‘Night of the Poet’ ceremonies had already been held.
This ceremony, which was held in memory of the late Ahmad Azizi, was attended by writer and literary critic Mohammad Reza Sangari; university professor, writer and poet of the Ahl al-Bayt
and revolution Ali Reza Qazveh; another poet of revolution Hassan Esrafili, and a number of other literary figures.
Pointing to the ability of Ahmad Azizi in writing, Mohammad Reza Sangari praised his extremely beautiful prose and verse and the integration of ordinary and literary words as special features of the poet.
Ahmad Azizi was also referred to by Ali Reza Qazveh as a verbal earthquake in Persian literature following Nima Yooshij
and Forough Farrokhzad
and considered his work superior in style compared with the poetry of the renowned Ali Mo’alem Damghani.
He pointed to Azizi’s traits and introduced him as a prolific poet and stressed the need to republish his poetry and prose for better understanding of the younger generation of these works.
Ahmad Aziziwas was born on December 25, 1958 in Kermanshah, northwest of Iran and died at the age of 58 after 9 years spending in coma at Imam Reza Hospital in Kermanshah.