These links take you to pages concerned with ghazals or with poetry. Your suggestions for new links are welcome. In revising this page, I revisited my list of links and found several that have died. If you find dead links, or if you know of relevant links I've missed, please let me know.
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- Last Resort Gallery Bill Dennis's Web site presents several types of writing: fiction, memoir, reflections, and poetry. The poems include some of his versions of Ghalib as well as his own ghazals. There are also some good comments on the ghazal as a form.
- What is a Ghazal? This site presents Abhay Avachat's definition of the Urdu ghazal; The
definition is in English, the examples in Urdu.
- Jane and Werner Reichhold advocate and support a variety of forms of poetry at AHA! Poetry, including the ghazal. Both commentary and examples may be found here.
- Site devoted to Rumi and the Mevlevi Order. There is some commentary, along with some translations.
- Ghazalville hosts ghazals and comments on them.
- Wikipedia article on "ghazal." The page asks for help in improving it.
- The editor's other project about new casino sites can be found here.
- A Desert Full of Roses, devoted to Ghalib, with commentary and background information in English and the ghazals in transliterated Urdu.
- More on Ghalib. although the texts, again, are in Urdu.
- Gene Doty's collection: Zero: Thirty Ghazals AHA! Books published this collection several years ago. Follow the link and then find the link for "Gene Doty: Zero." These ghazals do not include all the formal apparatus of the Persian/Urdu ghazal, but I do feel they capture the spirit of the ghazal's diunities.
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