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Song of Kurdish Children in Amed (Diyarbekir)  

Let me sing, let me sing Grey wolves let me sing! My heart is full of songs Like a cloud full of rain Let me rain, let me sing Grey wolves let me sing! Let me sing, let me sing Dinosaurs let me sing My soul is full of songs Like a bursting stream Let me flood, let me sing Dinosaurs let me sing Let me sing of love and liberty My name, my identity, My homeland, my mountain, The daffodils in my garden, My mother, my new-born sister, My rabbit, my little dog And my guerrilla dad Let me sing, let me sing Grey wolves let me sing Here they come, here they come Grey wolves full of hatred They martyr my father       And kill my baby-brother Let me sing, let me sing Grey wolves let me sing I do sing, I do sing Grey wolves, I do sing.

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Kamal Mirawdeli  Dr. Kamal Mirawdeli came to London from the Kurdish area of Iraq in July 1981. His activities in his homeland - among other things he was the Chair of the Kurdish Writers Union - led to his arrest on many occasions. Dr. Mirawdeli works tirelessly for the Kurdish community in London, and is very active as both an academic and a poet.

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