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
In college, It was our first day
when I saw your beautiful face
But that was not the reason why
I gave you my heart in peace
After some months later
I saw how much you are undismayed
You faced that arrogant professor
When all students were scared