Ahmad Shawqi

Ahmad Shawqi Biography

Ahmed Shawqi (1868–1932) (Arabic: أحمد شوقي‎, Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: [ˈʔæħmæd ˈʃæwʔi]), nicknamed Amir al-Sho'araã (which literally means the prince of poets), was one of the greatest Arabic poets laureate,[1] an Egyptian poet and dramatist who pioneered the modern Egyptian literary movement, most notably introducing the genre of poetic epi ...

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Abdullah Al-shatri 11 January 2014

could you add more lines for the teacher's poem, please? thank you very much! Abdullah

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Abdullah Al-shatri 11 January 2014

could you add more lines for the teacher's poem, please? thank you very much! Abdullah

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Abdullah Al-shatri 11 January 2014

could you add more lines for the teacher's poem, please? thank you very much! Abdullah

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Abdullah Al-shatri 11 January 2014

could you add more lines for the teacher's poem? thank you very much

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asaad 14 January 2022

how do i translate from english to arabic

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Dr. Eman Hassan 07 February 2020

Poemhunter needs to list the names of translators and also ask for permission to use them: one of my Shawqi translations, " Latitudes Beneath your Lids" , is up here and I took liberty modernizing the narrative: this context needs to be added too.

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Najla 17 February 2019

Could you make the translation for al hamziya al nabawiyah please

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harry 21 February 2018

nice poem well done nice poem well done nice poem well done nice poem well done nice poem well done nice poem well done

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Ahmed Shawki 15 December 2017

The mother is a school if you prepare it, I prepared a good people, Ahmed Shawki

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The Best Poem Of Ahmad Shawqi

Stand For Teacher

Stand for the teacher and honor his rank...
...for a teacher is almost as a prophet
Do you know of someone nobler than...
...he who nurtures minds and hearts
You encompass all, the Best Teacher...
...You taught with the pen the earliest people
You brought this mind forth from darkness...
...and guided it to an enlightened, radiant path
For if the teacher is not just, then lost...
...is the spirit of justice in youth for certain
If the teacher's insight lapses for a moment...
...then those under his tutelage will lack vision
If guidance and counsel are based on whim...
...and on arrogance, then call that misguidance.

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