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William Blake Nurse’s Song

In Uncategorized on February 11, 2012 at 10:35 am

William Blake Nurse’s Song.

In Uncategorized on February 11, 2012 at 10:31 am

Adorable as always..

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Not sure, where to go from here…
all of a sudden, i’m feeling all my fears,
coming out to taunt my hopes,
reminding me how this story always goes…

Oh but, maybe I can make it work…
if I’m stronger than all of their words…
Can we keep this just for me & you?
is that what the lovers always have to do?

I tell you I have only 3 rules for ‘us’…
1. for a year, don’t use the word ‘love’…
2. don’t you dare ever lie to me
3. I’ll break up if you ever stop caring…

pretty simple, i do believe…
honesty, care, & cautious trust,
you say that you never say what you don’t mean…
& you agree with all of those, but number one…

Just saying I have a month to month phone,
just saying i won’t sign a 3 month lease…
just saying, i…

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Reforest Lebanon     جمعيّة تشجير لبنان – Home

In Uncategorized on February 11, 2012 at 10:02 am

Reforest Lebanon     جمعيّة تشجير لبنان          – Home.

Reforest Lebanon     جمعيّة تشجير لبنان – Home

In Love on February 11, 2012 at 10:02 am

Reforest Lebanon جمعيّة تشجير لبنان – Home:

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Gibran Academy of Arts | www.gibran-academy.com | Kahlil Gibran society of friends around the world

In Love on February 11, 2012 at 9:59 am

Gibran Academy of Arts | www.gibran-academy.com | Kahlil Gibran society of friends around the world: ” I appeal to you because I want to attract you to those enchanting fields where you will find Sappho, Elizabeth Browning, Olive Schreiner and your other sisters who have forged a ladder of gold and ivory between heaven and earth.”

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Gibran Academy of Arts | www.gibran-academy.com | Kahlil Gibran society of friends around the world

In Love on February 11, 2012 at 9:52 am

Gibran Academy of Arts | www.gibran-academy.com | Kahlil Gibran society of friends around the world.

Gilbran’s letters to May Ziadeh..and more much more..

Gibran Academy of Arts | www.gibran-academy.com | Kahlil Gibran society of friends around the world

In Love on February 11, 2012 at 9:50 am

Gibran Academy of Arts | www.gibran-academy.com | Kahlil Gibran society of friends around the world:

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A Google Doodle for May Ziadeh | Arabic Literature (in English)

In Love on February 11, 2012 at 9:43 am

A Google Doodle for May Ziadeh | Arabic Literature (in English): “Ziadeh was an important literary figure both in the Levant and in Egypt, where she immigrated with her family in 1908. She was a prolific poet, translator, short-story writer, essayist, letter-writer, and critic, as well as host to an important literary salon”

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In Uncategorized on February 11, 2012 at 9:34 am

This is the most interesting and amazing blog about Arab literature(in English) written by interesting Lady.I am honored to read about Miss May Ziadeh.Thanks for writing.

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Tell me, O tell me! by the planets that are above
Who is the heavenly herald who is the dove
That thrilled to our midst from yon horizon and sea
To cry live Egypt live independent and free
-Jawdat R. Haydar, in his poem “May Ziadeh” (1931)

After celebrating Khalil Gibran’s 125th anniversary last month, Google has turned its gaze on a poet Gibran greatly admired: Palestinian May Ziadeh.

Ziadeh was born in Nazareth on February 11, 1886.

Ziadeh was an important literary figure both in the Levant and in Egypt, where she immigrated with her family in 1908. She was a prolific poet, translator, short-story writer, essayist, letter-writer, and critic, as well as host to an important literary salon. While her first collection of poetry (Fleurs de Rêve, 1911) was in French, she devoted most of her time and energy to writing in Arabic.

Ziadeh’s poetry…

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