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3. محمود درويش | شتاء ريتا الطويل

محمود درويش | شتاء ريتا الطويل

صَباحُ الخَيْرِ يا ريتا وغَيْماً أزْرَقاً للياسَمينَة تَحْتَ إبْطَيْها: صَباحُ الخَيْرِ يا ريتا وفاكِهَةً لضَوْء الفَجْرِ: يا ريتا صَباحُ الخَيْرِ يا ريتا أعيديني إلى جَسَدي لِتَهْدَأ لَحْظَةَ إبَرُ الصَّنَوْبِر في دَمي المَهْجورِ بَعْدَك كُلَّما عانَقْتُ بُرَجَ العاجِ فرت من يَدَيّ يَمامتان قالت : سَأَرْجعُ عِنْدما تَتبَدِّلُ الأيَّامُ والأحْلامُ يا ريتا طويلُ هذا الشَّتاءُ

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4. music1

music1

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5. Why Don't I

Why Don't I

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7. Dhafer Youssef

Dhafer Youssef

لقد تمَّ بيعُ التذاكِرِ للآخرهْ ولم أجد المال، والوقتَ، والعُذرَ كي أقتني تذكرهْ فمزق تذاكرهمْ يا إلهي ليسعدَ قلبي ألم تعد الناس بالمغفرهْ

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8. قل للجلاد | عبد الله المنياوي

قل للجلاد | عبد الله المنياوي

حذار من التوهم بأن إشعال شمعة واحدة خير ألف مرة من لعن الظلام .. فالشمعة لم تعد تكفي وسط أعصار ليل القهر الذي يكاد يلفنا .. صار إشعال الشمعة فعل تخدير، كمن يداوي الشلل بقرص من الفيتامين ..

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9. The Door / الباب - What question?

The Door / الباب - What question?

This recording by Ammar Haj Ahmad (a poet and actor from Syria) is part of a collaborative poem and workshop called 'The Door', a project by www.watadd.com. Photograph by Abdullah Sirhan. English Translation - You have been walking for hours on hard roads. Your feet are tired, and you have even forgotten why you are walking. Suddenly, in front of you, is the door that you described. You walk towards it, up to its entrance. You find yourself asking a question. You only have one question, what is the question that you ask?

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10. The Door / الباب - Close the door

The Door / الباب - Close the door

This recording by Ammar Haj Ahmad (a poet and actor from Syria) is part of a collaborative poem and workshop called 'The Door', a project by www.watadd.com. Photograph by Abdullah Sirhan. English translation - For this last exercise Steve will begin recording and I will read you seven phrases. The phrases are not complete. After each phrase just say the first few words, or even a single word, that comes to your mind. You have ten seconds to respond to each phrase. Are you ready? A) I turned away from the door and I.., B) The key was... C) The sky was... D) What have you lost... what have you lost? E) Echoes, echoes, echoes whisper that... F) The land is.... G) I opened the door with my...

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11. The Door / الباب - Introducing the Door

The Door / الباب - Introducing the Door

This recording by Ammar Haj Ahmad (a poet and actor from Syria) is part of a collaborative poem and workshop called 'The Door', a project by www.watadd.com. Photograph by Abdullah Sirhan. English Translation: The door. What is a door? Is the door a poem? Yes, the door is a poem? Do you want to open it? Or should it remain closed? No, the door is already open? No, the door is. With great effort they turned the key in the lock with their mouths... What is a door? Does it open out onto a dream or close onto a cell? What does it wait for? Does it wait for you? Who knocks on its seam? What stories are locked inside its wood? The door, just a door. But what if the door was a poem? Yes, let's say the door is a poem. Do you open it or do you leave?

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12. The Door / الباب - Describe the door

The Door / الباب - Describe the door

This recording by Ammar Haj Ahmad (a poet and actor from Syria) is part of a collaborative poem and workshop called 'The Door', a project by www.watadd.com. Photograph by Abdullah Sirhan. English Translation: Some doors are large, some are small. Some have powerful people waiting behind them, and some open out onto empty rooms. For this first exercise we want you to think of a door. This could be a door you've seen, or it could be one that exists only in your mind. You can close your eyes if it helps you. If you're stuck, think about who or what is behind the door. Think about whether you are on the inside or the outside. Think about what colour the door is, and what it is made of, or what building it is part of. Now, when you're ready, describe the door that you see.

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