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Written by Ali Seidabadi,  editor in Tiny Owl’s Persian

when I was 12, I went to a boarding school in Nishapur, north-easternIran, adjacent to the garden where the poet and scientist Omar Khayyám is buried. A part of the garden could be seen from our classroom window and the splashing sound of water, flowing down from a water tank amid the plants, was the background music of our lessons.

Read the original article in The Guardian here.


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