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“Weeping at Ghani’s Grave” (a poem mourning Khan Abdul Ghani Khan)

March 16th was Ghani Khan’s death anniversary, so I figured to transfer this poem I wrote for him on my old blog over to this one! For anyone who doesn’t know this legend, he was a Pashtun poet, thinker, philosopher, sculptor, and essentially everything else and I’m crazy about him. He was also distractingly hot in his youth, so there’s that. (He was born in 1914 and died in 1996; […]

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