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Best Arabic Poems

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Premium Member My Brother
Livers
	bleed

lungs	
	gasp for breath


vessels of poetry
	read

pain disappears
	tears recede

love floats above the sea
	tides of sadness

recede
	planted in marshlands

seeds
	friendship bloomed

living for words
	no longer matters

I embrace my brother
	love his might

standing...

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Categories: africa, arabic, art, brother,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member We Are So Different
We are so different

I am smart, you are less so
I am a man, you are a woman
I am trump, you are poor
I am beautiful, you...

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Categories: arabic, child, forgiveness, life,
Form: Free verse
Transcendence
A tent of brightly coloured wool 
Along an effervescent pool
Filled with deliciously cool streams
This would last a week and I would surely weep
For in my...

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Categories: allusion, arabic, beauty, deep,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member Sea of Dreams
The skies become loud and dark
Raining bombs upon us
May god protect the civilians
Take away the rest in rivers red
Let the devils blood flow far from...

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Categories: angel, appreciation, arabic, beauty,
Form: Verse
The Art of Attraction
I heard it said once
That attractive to an artist
Does not mean "pretty"
In the average sense
But more something that
Is interesting to look at
And makes you want...

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Categories: arabic, art, beauty, color,
Form: Free verse



Haiku For the Color Red
As heat bursts around,
silence lets me ponder on,
where I left my phone....

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Categories: age, arabic, assonance, beach,
Form: Haiku
If Languages Were Instruments
If languages were instruments,
English, the language of my own America,
Would be something like a piano.
Each word is clear and sharp-
When we sing, the note does...

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Categories: arabic, international, language, music,
Form: Free verse
My Creator
Embryo formed.
Fetus became.
A girl baby I am.

My creator I do not know.  Procreation states that ovum and sperm conceives.  My question is how...

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Categories: allah, america, animal, arabic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Diabolical
Insane
All of us
The two of us
The ménage of us

The rain drops fall inside our heads
Just the two of us
Crazy deluded creatures
crawling in the attics of...

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Categories: allusion, arabic, art, dedication,
Form: Light Verse
Lament In Haiku Form For a Dead Eraser
Today I did stab,
an eraser so white, pure,
it did bleed blue ink....

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Categories: anger, arabic, black african
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Who Is the Real Terrorist Who Will Be Defeated By Democracy
A TERRORIST IS A PERSON IN A STORE,OR PERSONS WHO RUNS MANY STORES,OR MANY GROUPS IN A COUNTRY! THE TERRORIST WANTS TO ORGANIZE GROUPS AGAINST...

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Categories: arabic, 10th grade, africa, allah,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Chemical Affections
A child
Foaming at the mouth
Dying
Islam crying

Sunni tears
Shia tears
Drowning in each others fears
Off with the masks

Wear your smiles
Give heart and cheerful warmth
Not lectures and verse
Allow us...

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Categories: arabic, allah, angel, anger, angst,
Form: Free verse
Everlasting Love
Sweetheart, have you ever thought about how beautiful our relationship is?

I wonder if it is possible for couples to be like us
So open to each...

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Categories: arabic, 3rd grade, 5th grade,
Form: Free verse
One Thousand and One Bombs On Baghdad
We were accustomed to read one thousand 
And one night in Baghdad...
Tonight the glorious city-sky is sad,
It sounded bang! Bang 
Where is my mummy? Where...

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Categories: america, arabic, beauty, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Missing You
Missing You

The wind whispers and I focus my heart to hear.
Are you sending me your words? 
Your thoughts? 

I can think of nothing…but you. 
My...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 7th grade, abuse, arabic,
Form: Free verse

Book: Reflection on the Important Things