My Library. Vahan Tekeyan. Poetry
“My Library” series offers Armenian poet and public activist – Vahan Tekeyan’s poems collection. Vahan Tekeyan worked as a newspaper editor in Beirut and Cairo, a teacher, political and social activist. He is regarded in Armenian literary circles as the “Prince of Armenian Poetry,” as his poetry, especially his sonnets, are unparalleled in Armenian literature. Tekeyan’s themes in poetry revolved mostly around love, such as compassionate love, love for one’s homeland or love for humanity. Some of Tekeyan’s finest poems include: “The Armenian Church”, “A Prayer on the Eve of Tomorrow,” “Your Memory Tonight,” “When the Day Finally Comes,” and “Your Name”. Each book from “My library” series represents one of classical Armenian writers or poets’ best works. The series is intended for schoolchildren, students, adult readers and generally all those who are interested in Armenian literature.