Excerpts: Karadzic's poems
The publisher will not say how he got hold of the poems
A book of what is said to be new poetry by fugitive Bosnian war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic has been launched in Serbia.
The man accused of genocide against Bosnian Muslims largely writes about nature in the poems - said by a BBC translator to be as "bad in the original as they sound in the English translation" - but there are also frequent references to war and violence.
Three of the poems, including one called Sarajevo, follow here:
Pol Pot was a poet, too. And Hitler was a watercolorist.