Najib Altawell has written a number of short stories and poems, both for adults and children. As an artist, he has produced variety of oil painting and water colour pictures, as well as illustrations for a children book. As a researcher in science and engineering, he has written a number of articles related to nanotechnology, electronic sensors (eNose) and renewable energy – plus, various ... more »
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Najib Altawell Poems
New Day With Diamonds
Diamonds on black velvet Danced between the fingers Bursting with brilliant light In a summer
The 'Arab Spring'
They say ‘Harmony’ in the ‘world’ ‘Peace’ among ‘men’ And ‘love’ is
Zig-Zag on a London Train
Shifted her Glasses To rest on her Head
To Understand The Whole!
How can you Feel What the victim Feels
Fractured moon In a silver spoon Dissolved into the eyes Of awakening tiger
The Third Man
White clouds brought around Innocent doubts When you ‘gone’ To the
Have you ever thought about someone...mm you do not know?
In a place where The East meets the West And the North meets the South Where the end of polarities
Reviving Skeletons Of past ‘incomplete' Sweet memory
Take Me To A Better World!
In a place Where love is the inner And the outer Of the whole
You and Me
Do you know what the man in the dream told me? Do you know what the winter rain showed me? Do you know why an angel with your aura visited me?
The Silent Poet
The stranger Painting with Unspoken Words
The Blond & The Ghost
A ghost in a box In a blond woman lap Moving in and out Catching the dim
'Nano-Souls' in 'Nano-Machines'
Powering 'Nano life' In 'Nano machines'
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New Day With Diamonds
Diamonds on black velvet
Danced between the fingers
Bursting with brilliant light
In a summer
Rahmanov classical music
Out of a silver box
The hearts and
Crocodile decorated skin
Rest on a Persian carpet
Marking the entrance to
An arched bended passage
On each side
Roses blouses shirts and bushes
Suddenly shine reflecting light
When everyone moves
Side by ...