The Art of Marxism: Poetry


Nâzım Hikmet Ran




“To live! Like a tree alone and free
Like a forest in brotherhood”




His Poetry:


About My Poetry

After Release From Prison

Angina Pectoris

A Spring Piece Left in the Middle

The Blue-Eyed Giant, the Miniature Woman and the Honeysuckle

Bor Hotel

Don Quixote

The Faces of Our Women


Four Men, Four Bottles

Gioconda and Si-Ya-U


Hymn to Life

I Come and Stand at Every Door

I Love You

The Japanese Fisherman

The Last Bus

Letters from a Man in Solitary

Letter to My Wife

Lion in an Iron Cage

My Funeral

On Living

Our Eyes


Regarding Art

A Sad State of Freedom

September 24th 1945

September 30th 1945

Some Advice to Those Who Will Serve Time in Prison

The Strangest Creature on Earth

Today is Sunday

The Walnut Tree


The Great Humanity

Last Will and Testament