Mohamed Al-Maghout

(1934-2006 / Salamiya)

Mohamed Al-Maghout Poems

1. The Compulsory Reasons 11/6/2013
2. The Siege 11/6/2013
3. Stars And Rains 10/9/2014
4. From The Doorstep To Heaven 9/24/2013
5. The Orphan 9/24/2013
6. Condemnation 11/6/2013
7. Shade And Noon Sun 9/24/2013
8. The Hill 10/9/2014

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The Hill

Do not slap me, destiny,
Metres of smacks already cover my face.
Here I am, while the wind's blowing in the streets,
Charging out of books, dictionaries and taverns
The same way soldiers charge out of trenches.
O centuries, mean like an insect,
You who seduced me with a fan instead of a storm,
With matches instead of volcanos.
I will never forgive you.
I will return to my village, on foot if need be
I will spread, on my arrival, rumours about you.
I will lie down on the grass and beside the ditches
Like a knight exhausted after ...

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