Grief in Section 60
The Hanging Gardens are described as a lavish home of exotic plants and animals, waterfalls, and gardens hanging from palace terraces, however the structure might never have actually existed except in the mind of Greek poets and historians. The Hanging Gardens were located on the east bank of the River Euphrates, about 50 km south of Baghdad, Iraq.
A tale of a car mechanic who became a global traveller.
The huge pinetrees of Sweden
Longing for Leila
The wild figs on the bank of the blue river
Oh fleeing night, oh eye, canst
tho see my sorrow, feel my grief?