Biography of samir mekkaoui
born in Beirut Lebanon studied there as well had a graduate degree in business and then had a lovely trip in the world of writings...This was made and being the case today through works like 'let go worries and go for success ' written in arabic
'lets talk about death' arabic too and some few other books...Articles and books writing started the year 1999. Though many a people will pride of intellectual writings for newspapers Samir Mekkaoui, had a lot of his articles shown on mainstream printed press of Beirut Lebanon yet, finds more value and honour in the making of few poetry lines...
samir mekkaoui's Works:
'let go worries and go for success ' written in arabic
'lets talk about death' arabic too and some few other books
samir mekkaoui Poems
My Lost Cloud
Yes I am afraid Honey look at me All I say do or tell Had to love you
Just Take The Door
honey sweet shut eyes listen to me
Her Dad's Last Trip
You move slowly as mountains do I had to see it up and true They told of you no promises no secrets few Too much of me too much of you
The Woman Ahead
Life went sad shallow and flat Close to give up quit and hide Wasted not a time in wait Fade I became and traveled away
Winter In Grey
Kids are happy busy and cute They are back to school oh then some life Summer was fun but life goes on
Her Lovers blessed to know her then where days said we are to last
The Magna Whisper
Then she asked would you give up on me can the day one last for ever? are the flowers on the table there again?
She dreams alone Now two beds two stories I saw her going an angel Noiseless yet so telling.
Wear My Self
Born a beauty A stop ahead market crowds A dear to candy stores and painters
The Love Uncalled
As free as the devil How come i always need you And wish to play your face
Minutes few your flight will due Set things to take and ones to leave Rewrite smiles old and new Showers in here and late hair do
She dreams alone
Now two beds two stories
I saw her going an angel
Noiseless yet so telling.
Feel my body collect the joy
Worry not about me
Please only yourself