Charles Aznavour: You Sang 'She' I will sing 'He'
He is the man I can’t forget, the genes that I carry without regret.
He never left treasures that he had worked for. Gone with the wind . . .
He left His smile, endlessly gracing my fiery hart.
He was a saint 'Unnamed'.
When I was young I never knew
His Hearted-Mind so wonderful, so kind.
Dr. Sylva Portoian is the winner of the Carnegie Price for Poetry, 2009
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About the Author
Sylva Portoian-Shuhaiber (Sylva-MD-Poetry) born in the East, immigrated to the West. She is a pediatrician trained in England, who has had articles published in several well-known medical journals: The Lancet, Archives of Diseases in Childhood, Tropical Pediatrics, Annals of Genetics (Paris), Journal of Inherited Metabolic Diseases and Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery.
She has presented her medical publications at international medical conferences. She started rhyming at age seven and discontinued after specializing in medicine. Recently she was able to start poeting once again; she has released fourteen collections of poetry in less than a three-year period. Each book breathes a genuine, passionate new poetic story that may be modified to a humanitarian theory.
Dr.Sylva Portoian is the Carnegie Spring 2009 Poetry Contest Winner.