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أحمد مطر

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بلاد العرب


بعد ألفي سنة تنهض فوق الكتب
نبذه عن وطن مغترب
تاه في ارض الحضارات من المشرق حتى المغرب
باحثا عن دوحة الصدق ولكن عندما كاد يراها حية مدفونة وسط بحار اللهب
قرب جثمان النبي
مات مشنوقا عليها بحبال الكذب
وطن لم يبق من آثاره غير جدار خرب
لم تزل لاصقة فيه بقايا من نفايات الشعارات وروث الخطب
عاش حزب ا لـ...، يسقط ا لـخـا...، عـا ئد و...، والموت للمغتصب
وعلى الهامش سطر
أثر ليس له اسم
إنما كان اسمه يوما بلاد العرب

Submitted: Friday, September 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013

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