Omar Eldamsheety [Omar Eldamsheety] (21/8/1978 / Tanta, Egypt.)
Biography of Omar Eldamsheety
Omar Eldamsheety Poems
A Good Man
I'm so tired of being a good man I lost my right because I'm kind
Our Precious Cat
Some years ago When I was a child We lived in a small strange village No cats exist in it.
What should I do? Write again to you, Or keep my word, and don't say a word.
The Woman In Red.
That lovely woman in red, with a little girl's mind, reads 'Little Red Riding Hood', and hears wolves sound.
oh my dear Just a month every year We are fasting in it From the dawn to sun set
Years ago, When I had fallen in love, I thought that love, is the master key,
Home is not where you born is not where you grow
The Sun Is Mine.
The Sun of love, melted the ice. I can see the land, it looks so nice. Trees and flowers will grow up. I have hope, I will never give up.
I Have No Wings
In the Sky, you are a star You are lighting, you are far I'm not weak, I'm not shy but, with no wings I can't fly
Snow on your door. Shining and so pure. Same as your heart. Which I'll never hurt.
Your Wedding Party
I wish I was there in your wedding party Watching you dancing in your white dress Smiling as I can and clapping loudly That is the most day which I realy miss
Aimee A nice woman A wonderful poet A poet since she was very young
What can I say about you? You make me happy whatever you do Your body is far from me my dear
Lonely On A Train
Lonely on a train Back to home with a sad smile She imagined her daughter
Writing poetry will save you
So every day you have to do
Describe trees, the moon, the sky
Writing poetry will make you fly
About the love, about the war
Have the courage and open the door