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THE LITTLE ROCK A Poem by: Ilia Abu Madhi سَمِع الْلَّيْلُ ذُو الْنُّجُوْم أَنِيْنَا وَهُو يَغْشَى الْمَدِيْنَة الْبَيْضَاءَ فَانْحَنَى فَوْقَهَا كَمُسْتَرّق الْهَمْس يُطِيْلُ الْسُّكُوْتَ وَالإصْغَاءَ As it shrouded the White City, The star-studded Night heard a groan Forthwith, it … Continue reading
Pre-Islamic poetry makes for a beautiful read – they are hauntingly beautiful verses full of life, death and everything in between. With early Arabic poetry, you will find works that are full of references to religious concepts which are often … Continue reading
Waraqat al as- A myrtle leaf There is an old Arabic historical tale that set in al Hadar or Hatra (Arabic kingdom), in North Iraq.. During its occupation by the Persian king Shapur in the Pre- Islam era. Nadira, the beautiful daughter … Continue reading
Do you wonder sometime what was the song they sang in their happy times? Lama Bada yatathanna is a very old song from the Andalusian period When The Lissome Girl Appeared Gracefully she arrived, Full of beauty and glory, So … Continue reading