Amman Between the presence of a great Omani and a vast interaction of those interested in cultural affairs, the Abdul Hamid Shoman cultural forum on Monday, the publication of the "alarm to dream" by the Palestinian poet Mureed Barghouthi.
Barghouthi illuminated the place with his warm voice as he wandered through the woods of the dictionary and moved his poems and stories between Ramallah, Cairo, Beirut and Italy, in a weak and precise language that avoided the poetic and # 39; waiting.
Barghouthi has delivered many of his new poems published by Riad Al Rayes Book and Publishing House in Beirut and includes a collection of poems he wrote between 2005 and 2018. Ghada Khalil, spoke about the context of court poet Tamim Barghouthi, accompanied by the musicians Omar Abbad (Oud) and Barghouthi (law).
Barghouthi began his poetic readings with his poem "Little Immortality". The poem says:
"Lonely, towering, my balcony cloud has plunged into the sky,
At Jannah Beach,
His green voice said all his words, whispering, calm
The loot of impurities, which is going to shine,
Lactating green, agitated,
Almost grasping bright apricots,
And insert into the skin Almazai Almoshi and ripe pomegranate when ripe
And the green of the smoke escapes from the blue of his mixer
Behind the buttons of this light shirt, I continue to work from a living shadow: warmer than the cold. "
She was d. Ghada Khalil described Barghouthi as "bent on beauty and the flow of life and the history of oppression and pride … away from the ambiguity close to the intimate and warm and real and spontaneous they say poems much more than its cataclysms and scenes, words and paradoxes .. C & # 39 is a hidden language like a spring that does not stop running, Poems .. a vast philosophical space .. It is a hidden and free chaos and unites and unites people with every great legacy.
But Khalil has also asked himself, will we face the lie and write another story as did the proposer? Will we face the ugliness of beauty and lies for the truth? Or will we celebrate the smoke of wars and the ravages of official history that lie on debris? We wake up to dream, as long as our crops are good, and the fruits are always good, as if we were hedonists, as if we were not? "
According to them, the Barghouthi Library summarizes a biography of poetry, language, earth and mud grass and the characteristics of people and the difference of the moment of reality and the depth of vision and experience, indicating that the teacher there he teaches that the simple is eloquent and little is much.
While Barghouthi read a number of selected poems, "Without clamor, music without brass, he stretched his hand, in praise of the ghosts, the captain, the village was silent in the first year, the fruit basket, the obedience of the 39; water?
Then there was the "Music without brass" poem, which is characterized by the reduction of the world of secrets and details, including:
"I know she does not answer, but between two raids
I asked some simple questions about the war:
Where are you from?
You know you did not ask for permission
Of your work on earth
Since humans were? ".
The poet Tamim Barghouthi, in his speech, described the famous court, which is trying to hold a ladder to stay, staring at the painful dream until it is not, staring at the nightmare until it disappears, an attempt to respond, to our pain, to us three, to all of us, the means, the three of us and all of us, is an invitation to the same and to the people, a call, from the middle of the night, to those who want to see and hear: wake up to dream.
In the context of the court, Barghouthi said that "poetry is the highest and highest speech is not described below, so I will not describe the poetry I will listen to, but I wanted to explain the circumstances in which it was written, since the title that office was almost predictable, entered our little family, where my mother first lost her, then her mother, then lost her mother's father, then Radwa Ashour was absent after her four killer's illness years, during which we had the painful hope of a complete recovery, and then lost my Uncle Majida last year.
Barghuti from the beginning was different, and looked at everyday life and words, vocabulary and rhythms of people's lives. He returned through the office "wake up to dream", for its vibrant and persistent vitality on the beauty standards full of rotating lights.
He moved and worked in many places (Cairo, Amman and Hungary) and married the Egyptian novelist Radwa Ashour, but he succeeded after returning to his hometown, transmitting the pulse of everyday life and the torment of the people.
Barghuti has published numerous poetic works including: "The Flood and the Re-Formation", "Palestinian in the Sun", "A Song of Armed Poverty", "The Land is spreading its secrets", "" Logical Objects ", "crazy night", "people in the night", "pomegranate flowers." His poetry was also published in two-part volumes: in the prose field he published: "I saw Ramallah", "I was born there, I was born here".
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