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Eid again
On this day she felt like she had a piece of her son with her
March 20, 2006

Olive tree
God lives inside this olive tree
August 20, 2006

More, please
Mehregan conference in San Diego left us with an even greater thirst for knowledge than the one that drove us there to begin with
September 6, 2005

Photo essay: Fascination with bullfighting
Jahanshah Javid
September 30, 2004

The last time I felt it was a couple of weeks ago
September 16, 2004

Clean heart
Desire for unity and cooperation
September 27, 2003

Dayi Jan
His mischievous smile still lights up in my mind
May 29, 2002

March 29, 2002

Few are free from homesickness
December 26, 2001

Looking under the carpet
Remembering Hiroshima so that we do not let it happen to us
December 14, 2001

Wake up. I have something to tell you
I will not always get a second chance
December 7, 2001

Tehrangeles blues
I would go back again and again
November 30, 2001

Tight knot
I could stay in my country forever
November 20, 2001

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Mersedeh Mehrtash was born in Mashad, Iran, in May 1977 as the youngest of four siblings. Her elementary education began in Iran, continued in Paris and resumed in Iran for her 5th grade. She then moved to Massachusetts in 1988 and lived there until December of 2000. After completing her bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in History and Spanish, Mersedeh moved to her current residence in San Diego, California where she is working, pursuing graduate studies and learning a fifth language. Top

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