The Collection before us is an attempt to narrate a love affair, benefitting from well-known elements of Iranian painting and literature; “Gol o Morgh” (in English flower & bird), which are the symbols of lover and the beloved. However, the love portrayed in this collection is not a pure and holy one and does not reflect the sublime position of the beloved. Instead, it demonstrates a material and desirous relationship in which the beloved is downgraded to a tool for debauchery. In these works, spirituality and self-purification which are the requirements of a true love, Change place with earthly and sensual aspects that lead to a selfish struggle between the lover and the beloved for flailing their own desires, despite an apparent and superficial intimacy. At first glance, my “Gol o Morghs”, may instigate a good impression, whereas the relation between the lovers, is distant from the essence of true love which requires sacrifice and an unconditional affection and kindness. They are a portrait of a constant struggle that leads them to the jeopardy of a bitter and fatal love affair.