nadia abduljabbar Poems
|121.||Daughter In Law||5/12/2013|
|124.||Prisoner Of Poems||5/6/2014|
|125.||Hide And Seek(My First Poem In English)||3/1/2014|
|126.||Neo Sykes-Picot (Improved Virsion)||6/26/2014|
|127.||Mohammad Alawi Al Malky(Improved Version)||7/27/2014|
|128.||Faith Liberates Me||11/9/2012|
|129.||Before It Is Too Late, Find For Yourself A Mate: Someone Who Cares||11/23/2012|
|133.||An Apology: To All My Readers||6/28/2013|
|134.||An Arabic Woman & The English Countryside||9/18/2007|
|135.||Who Am I? !||9/17/2007|
|136.||The Rainbow Phases Of My Jeddah||12/8/2012|
|138.||Amman My Unrequited Love||2/18/2009|
Amman My Unrequited Love
Why Amman? ?
You compel me to have contradictory
Feelings for you why,
Why my Amman,
Why do I love you
And fear you
In the same time?
Why do I long to see
You and once I reach
Your semi green valleys and mountains,
I feel so confused? !
Why my dear city
You insist to kill my soul?
Is it because the memories
Of my happy and adventurous
Youth is buried in your soil,
Or because my last love
Has become part of your dust?
You were once our meeting point
But you refused to open your arms
For us and we were lost ...
To Maher Abdallah's Soul:
Where I went with your childhood friend
To visit your peaceful grave;
Mountains were spreading,
Around the macabre valley
Not very far from the tomb
Of the pure young men of the Cave.