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Arabic Poetry

Postby Teckid1991 » Wed May 16, 2007 8:10 pm

What are some good beginner level Poems that we can read to help us practice reading/writing?

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Postby Ehab » Wed May 16, 2007 11:46 pm

Poetry is not an easy thing mate 8) anyway,, see this link,, there is a poem I did 4 years ago:

http://www.geocities.com/etellawy/3dnanLena.swf

put ur speakers on .. Enjoy :D
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Postby Yasmine » Sun May 27, 2007 7:01 pm

There is a site with Moroccan poets you may be interested in. The poems are in Arabic script (not transliterated) with the English translation. I hope this helps.

http://morocco.poetryinternationalweb.org/piw_cms/cms/cms_module/index.php?obj_name=morocco
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Postby Medina » Mon May 28, 2007 3:15 pm

aww its so cute !
thanks ehab i like it..
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Postby Ehab » Tue May 29, 2007 10:54 pm

Medina wrote:aww its so cute !
thanks ehab i like it..


Did you understand anything? Or you just liked the flash work 8) ?
I remember when I added this poem to some Arabic forums few years ago,, it was a big hit and people had loads of fun with it,, I wish I have the time to translate it :( .. one day in the future I might do ;)
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Postby Medina » Wed May 30, 2007 7:51 am

Well;; Actually I didnt understand it all.
thats why i asked an arabic friend to translate it for me.
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Postby Ehab » Fri Jun 01, 2007 12:02 am

Medina wrote:Well;; Actually I didnt understand it all.
thats why i asked an arabic friend to translate it for me.


:D :D nice one
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Funny Aranglish Poetry

Postby wafit » Fri Aug 31, 2007 1:42 am

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it is ahlan wa sahlaan..
here i would share with you this funny poetry of the arabian comedian " Yasser Al-3azama"
in which he used english word but in arabic way to get a funny poetry download it from Here
1-feriendaya woke up in desarte salawlaly
2-fa innia fi lovven geareten mosha3lily
3-idaa maa anta sacrafta fi al-lovve 3aashiqan
*-(( sacrafta yanii da77ayta))
5-raminta 7azina al hearti fi every ma7faali
6-todarina lovvan in the hearti
7-wa innamaa thorue i see in your facecy it cealerlaly
8-sa aqdii 7ayatii faighifulan li lovvehaa
9-wa chance smallon
10-very littely al-ta7amolli..
11-wa lovveyaa bigon very biggen belive me
12-odandinoho lonely wa very jowayfully
13-alovvoki lovvannnnnnnn fi al-baladdi massaroho
14-wa heartya my darling sariii3o attaramboly
15-fa homeya damasson wa homeoki landonon
16-wa betweeninaa al-distance very motawally

explanation: ****************************
1-oh my friend weake up slowly in the desert
2-i'm in a great firely love
3-if you are mad in love
4-********
5-you will stay sad of heart every moment
6-trying to hide the love in your heart
7-and true i see it in your face clearly
8-i'll spend my life faightfull to her love
9-and my chance small
10-very small to be
11-and my love big very big belive me
12-i suffer it lonely and very deeply
13-i love you and your love runs in my blood
14-oh my heart! my darling it tromble fast
15-eh my home is damas and your home is london
16-and between us very long distance
Enjoy it
regards
Wafi
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He won't let me be indifferent to the suffering
That the very dried up death doesn't find me
Empty and without having given my everything
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Re: Arabic Poetry

Postby mgelinas » Thu Sep 26, 2013 8:28 am

The poems are in Arabic script (not transliterated) with the English translation. I hope this helps.
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