Hafez Ibrahim (1872–1932) was an Egyptian poet, called , means the Poet of the Nile. He was one of several poets that revived Arabic poetry during the latter half of the 19th century. While still using the classical Arabic system of meter and rhyme, these poets wrote to express new ideas and feelings unknown to the classical poets. Hafez is noted for writing poems on political and social commentary. more »
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All The People Stood
All the people stood watching how I build the bases of joy on my own
And the pyramid builders at the beginning of time made me speechless during
I'm pride's crown on the middle east's head and its achievements are the jewels on my necklace
My pride in the beginning of time is huge Who has like my pride and joy?
If I die one day you will never see the middle east raising its head again
I'm free and I have broken my chains in regards to the enemy and I've cut my slavery
Did you see me when I broke my life and still didn't reach my peak yet?
Is it fair that ...