Ghada Shahbender

Rookie - 1 Points (27th March 1962 / Cairo, Egypt)

Ghada Shahbender Poems

1. To God@heaven.Com 5/3/2005
2. Haiku To Dad 5/16/2005
3. Lonely Moment Ii 5/24/2005
4. Fancy Definition Of A Happy Moment? ? ! 5/24/2005
5. If You Should Want To Find Me 6/9/2005
6. My Best Friend Is Now My Prison 4/21/2005
7. I Want To Dream 1/6/2006
8. All She Wanted To Do 3/16/2006
9. Out Of My Cocoon 10/19/2006
10. The Void 12/22/2006
11. Of Old Scars And Deep Pain 3/5/2007
12. Message To A Friend - Baghdad 7/28/2007
13. The Beauty Of Love Is That It Is Not Intelligent 9/2/2006
14. Regrets 3/2/2006
15. Messages To A Friend 4/29/2005
16. Loneliest Moment 11/13/2005
17. The Prince And The Eleventh Concubine 5/17/2005
18. Haiku In A Broken Heart 5/17/2005
19. Depression Revisited 4/14/2005
20. After Every Storm The Sun Will Shine 8/26/2008
21. The Desert Has Taught Me 3/12/2006
22. I Want To Write Happy Poetry 5/19/2005
23. Illusions 9/28/2005
24. The Miracle Of Birth 5/15/2005
25. A Different Dream, The Same Theme 12/18/2004
26. A Bleak Picture Of Cairo 5/13/2007
27. A Spineless Reptile 11/27/2006
28. I Will Never Be Cold And Hard 5/6/2005
29. Of Pygmalion And Shaw’s Fair Dame 5/9/2005
30. Responsible Freedom 5/31/2005
31. A Crazy Impulse, An Urgent Need 12/18/2004
32. Meet Loneliness 9/28/2005
33. I Dream Of A Heaven Overlooking The River Nile 5/19/2005
34. Lonely Moment 5/12/2005
35. Friday Morning 6/24/2005
36. True Love 4/24/2005
37. Depression 12/18/2004
38. The Warlords Of Poemhunter 4/27/2005
39. On Arabs, Stench And Filth. 5/7/2005
40. Haiku For Love And Forgiveness 5/10/2005

Comments about Ghada Shahbender

  • Ahmed Abomahfouz Ahmed Abomahfouz (2/11/2014 11:11:00 AM)

    a talented English poet. your words flow as a soft stream.your sense is delicate & deeply feminine your touch is sharp like a blade smooth as a rose

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Best Poem of Ghada Shahbender

On Arabs, Stench And Filth.

Arabs gave the world Algebra
And the science of Alchemy
When Europe was in its dark ages
And Aristotle was blasphemy.
Arabs gave the world soap to wash out filth
And do away with stench
I write this down and think
I sound like a condescending wench
They gave the world sugar
To sweeten the palate and acid tongues too.
Here I go again.
I sound like a narrow-minded shrew.
I should not bother to list the contributions
Of Arab Civilization.
In spite of my fury
My anger and indignation!
I am not here to give the narrow minded
Lessons in ...

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Haiku In A Broken Heart

In a broken heart
The words I miss you resonate:
They slowly procreate