Poems from Abdel latif Moubarak

Abdel Latif Moubarak (Arabic: عبد اللطيف مبارك) is an Egyptian poet (born in Suez in 1964). He is a member of the Egyptian Writers Union and a member of the Arab Writers on the Internet. He writes poetry using classical Arabic and Egyptian vernacular. He received a Bachelor of Law from Ain Shams University. He is one of the most important poets in the era of the eighties and poems in several literary magazines in Egypt and the Arab world, including the Arab magazine, Kuwait magazine, News Literature, Republic newspaper, Al-Ahram, the new publishing culture (magazine).[ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdel_Latif_Moubarak
People around me Flock like locusts They whispering As if were rats on a putrid lake They say about me Things I had not done For I corpse...
All of them asking about you Give birth to the sun the day asked about you When the evening Reflected the light of the moon from your...
don't try My Darling The fruits of my tree doesn't fall Hasn’t aftertaste Wind and rain stripped distance Deadline to my passion Distance...
Thirst Dried saliva Spirit returned to the former old self Cracks in the tongue I become like a corpse Heavy sweat Dug in the dirt to find...
Again Try to death experience Although You dead in a thousand of your poems And each poem Your soul is bleed Again Try to death experience...

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