Conquest of the Garden (Fateh Baq), a poem written and recited here by Forough Farrokhzad, one of the most important figures in twentieh-century Persian poetry.
This article in The Guardian includes recollections and appraisals from those who knew her or admired her work.
According to the journalist Mehdi Jami: "In every culture you have cultural icons, like Shakespeare in Britain. Farrokhzad was like that for contemporary Iran, someone who formed the identity of our contemporariness. She wrote in a simple and intimate way. She was not fake, nor was her poetry. ... She was the last prophet of truth-telling our country has seen."
The poet Mohammad Reza Shafiei Kadkani commented in the same article: "She was very natural. She was the epitome of a real poet in her own time. She had no masks, that's why today we still read her, and in the future we will read her, too."