nadia abduljabbar

Rookie - 99 Points (25/5/1957 / Makkah)

Mo'Ez Masoud, Mustafa Hosny And Amr Khaled; Or The Three Good Guys - Poem by nadia abduljabbar

I was struck to see in the net
A classical or rather ignorant
Sheikh or scholar talking lightly
The problem of three good
Men: Mo’ez Masoud,
Mustafa Hosny
And Amr Khaed;

Yet, these men never
Insult anyone, or reply
To invectives.They follow
Prophet Mohammad’s
Attitude, peace be upon him,
And all of Allah’s prophets,
Such as Noh, Mosses and Jesus.

I heard ‘Algefry’ expressing
His admiation for Masoud,
Though he lacks Masoud’s
Ability in mastering
Two languages.
And I heard Hosny saying:
‘Mo’ez Masoud’ is my
Sheikh or teacher,
Hosny speaks English well,
But he is never jealous
Of Masoud’s exceedingly beautiful
English and eloquence.

In return, Masoud and Khalid
Love and wish good things
To all creatures on earth.

Serene, pensive eyes,
profound effective voice,
And a strong personlaity
Full of tranquillity,
Beside a deep knowledge
Of Islamic culture
And the West.

Moe’z Masoud is all of this;
It is a pleasure to mind
As well as heart to listen to
And, his work, watch

Mustafa Hosny’s innocent
Features armed with religious
Knowledge that brings
Listeners to edge
Of learning more and happiness;
His moderate enthusiasm
Together with his extreme
Politeness that reflects
Well upbringing,
Make me run to watch
His programs on “ Eqra’ ”,

Amr Khalid and with all
Vicious problems created to
And around him,
Just to destroy
His efforts with
Youngsters in particular,
With silence he could
Develop himself a lot
Without the ugly feeling
Of happiness from what
Happened to those
Who pushed him away
From his homeland.

They meant to hurt him,
But Allah or God prepared
Rewards for him,
People sometimes mean
Evil things for others,
Yet Allah changes such
Things with His unlimited
Ability to flourish
Good people;
They evolve like Phoenix
From the ashes.

I confess at his beginning,
I did not like
Much Amr’s strong
It made me say
That he is suitable only
For irreligious Egyptian
Youngsters. But unlike
My non profound expectation,
He developed himself fast
And his knowledge glittered
A lot after the war
Against his very being,
And I raise ‘chapeau’
For him, Because
His hard work
Forced me to watch
His latest programs,

And if I were to learn nothing
From his work as a whole
Except that one: on the number
Of Faro’s Wizards he presented
In the Jordanian Roman
Theatre, it would have
Been enough,
For the awe
He could bring to me by
His efforts, was gigantic.

What is the problem
of each boy
Or rather:
The three good guys? !
They are respectable men,
But I like to call them boys
To cuddle them like a mother,
Because they are
close to the age
Of my only son
Who is thirty one.
Yet I learned a lot from them-
For knowledge is gargantuan.

I am a reader in English
I read Shakespeare,
Keats, Blake and many others
I am also
Fond of ‘Alshe’rawy’,
‘Alhabeeb Ali 'Algefry’
And modern 'Mohammad Alghazali',
I read my poems in Iowa,
Washington, Oxford,
And Vienna,
Yet I am a young student
Before them,
What’s wrong with them? ! ! !
Their knowledge,
Closeness to people,
Talent to reach
Young men and women,
Ability to speak
Arabic and English
As well! ! ! !
Well how funny
Is envy and jealousy
In The Arab World.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 9, 2014

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 9, 2014

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