~ I am very ingrained in my culture, and my culture is ingrained in me. For me, I cannot separate one from the other – I am my culture and my culture is me.
I am married to an Australian and only became an Australian citizen after living here for 30 years. My citizenship was Australia day, 2011.
I often wonder if there are other writers out there that are influenced by their culture when they write.
My culture is deep-seated in poetry and philosophy I didn’t realise until lately that my writings may be influenced by my culture.
How about you?
Salwa Samra / Poet’s Room – She’ir Chambre
- @MiddleEastEye Truly sad. When are we, as Lebanese, going to move forward? When will we become more democratic in o… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 10 hours ago
- @iam_RobbieSingh It’s a sad, upside down world we live in. I truly feel for Canada. It’s an amazing country greatly… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 11 hours ago
- @iam_RobbieSingh Not at all surprising. Islam is encouraged to lie to non-believers, as I’m sure, nowadays, most ar… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 11 hours ago
- @chrispereira1 “They” didn’t have to. All don’t do. I believe it drizzles down from their leaders/Imams. The Imams… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 11 hours ago
- @bongindustryz @9NewsAUS Robert, what you may not be realising is this will be the beginning of the end. We move th… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 12 hours ago
My Writing Pieces