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حسین بیات

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It’s always empty

I’ve always wanted to go in

See what’s going on

Yes, all these years I tried to go in 

It was empty so many times

It’s like it’s always empty

Always emty

Hossein bayat

June, 2014

نمایشگاه آتار " حسین بیات " با عنوان " همیشه خالیست " خرداد 1393 گالری اعتماد 

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