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Talabani wrote his poetry in Kurdish , Turkish , Persian , and Arabic. Most of his poetry consist of Satire , Ribaldry , Flyting and creative insults. The poet in one of his famous poems recalled his childhood in the Kurdish Emirate of Baban before it was ruled by either the Persians or the Ottomans. As a young man of age twenty-five or so, the poet went to the Ottoman capital, Constantinople Istanbul , and in the course of his journey, he visited the grave of the Kurdish Sufi , Sheikh Nurredin Brifkani.
At the graveside he recited a long poem in Persian , telling of how he had journeyed from Kurdish Emirate of Sharazur , of which Kirkuk was its capital, to visit The Country of the Rom. Riza Talabani is one of the foremost Kurdish poets. To date, seven editions of his poetry have been published: in Baghdad in and , in Iran , in Sweden in , in As Sulaymaniyah in and, most recently, in Arbil in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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