يا قلب

يا قلب

إش بييييك يا قلب؟ * تدور الدفا, عند اللي ما عنده و فا, و تنوح

حيران بين الناس, تبشي اللراح * حزناااان, و مكبل الروح

ما دريت إن اللراح صعب يعود * وان الجاي علمه بس عند ربن سموح

السنين راحن, و الأيام ماتبتل تطير * و الواقف على الأطلاااال: مذبوح

إش بيك يا قلب؟ تنتظر دمعة حزن, لمسة أمل, ونة قلب غيرك  و مجروح؟

الخلق هما الخلق * ما يبدلهم نوحك و لا بشاك و لا جروح

تنزف ألم, مثل الشمع يبشي سكوت, ما عدهم وكت للمثلك, مهما تبوح

بهمك, بغمك, بآآآآآآهتك, بحزنك, بكربك, بدمك المسفوح!

ليييش يا قلب؟ ليييش تنوح, ليش تبوح, ليش تدور دوا عند طبيبن لا يجي و لا يروح

ما تأثر بيه آهتك, و لا دموعك * أنت عنده غير موجود: بس يشوف الجسد مطروح

قلبه حجر من شثر ما شاف * ما يغيره بشاك و لا حزنك, لاكن وين تروح؟

أنت وحيد, مدمي بساحة الميدان * و الحولك جفوك من طول مر الوكت, وويييين تروح؟

إصحى يا قلب و كفاك تنوح * الحال هوا الحال, ما يبدله إلا الخالق الممدوح

بكلمة كن! ما لها راد إلا هو * سبحانه الواحد, أهل الكرم و الجود: إليه تروح

ما يخيبك, ما يردك, ولا ينشغل عنك * بس عليك تدق الباب, ثم تلقاه مفتوح

وتحسن ظنونك, و تووشد فعالك * و ما تلتفت لبشر مثلك,ماعنده شي يعطيك مسموح

 

النسر الجريح الحزين

 

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6 Responses to يا قلب

  1. Lubaba says:

    Baba, why did it become relevant again? I know this is a very naive way to put it but don’t be sad baba, those days are behind you, true you will go through sadness and sorrow, but why are you referring to a poem that was written at a difficult time…
    I love you dad, and I don’t want you to be sad ever again…
    maybe you wouldn’t want to approve this comment as it is quite personal, but I miss you dad and hope all your coming days will be happy and filled with peace…

  2. Sumayya says:

    These words really moved me. The imagery is so vivid and so powerful. We are all human and we all experience pain and sadness throughout our lives. Yet, only those of us whose hearts are filled with iman can fathom that Allah is the only one who can make the suffering subside. Those at an even higher level of iman understand that our supplication to Allah are the means of communication by which we beseech Him to have mercy on our hearts and He responds. Easier said than done, obviously. We often put our faith in people in order to alleviate our pain, as you mentioned, but that will only afford us temporary relief, if any at all.
    In addition to the truthfulness of your message, your way with words in this poem is quite commendable. Creative expression is an excellent outlet for emotions (although obviously it is not a cure in and of itself). Great job here 🙂 I eagerly await the next poem of similar style.

    • EarlyEagle1 says:

      I’m very glad that you can taste Arabic poems to that level of depth and variety of appreciation and expression.

      This was an old poem. I thought it’s time was over. But recently, it became relevant again. Al-Hamdulillah.

      Thanks,

      Early Eagle

  3. qadimoon says:

    أيها النسر الحبيب .. مجرد محطة .. لكن حالما يبزغ نور الفجر تجد نفسك تردد وتقول “لم أرى ظلاماً قط ..
    لا تصدق الحزن كثيراً..لأنه حين يزول ..ستجدك تضحك على وقت مضى وأنت في تصديقه والثقة به
    وستدهش لبساطة زواله و سرعة هوانه

    تقبل مني بساطتي وعفويتي …ومحبتي

    • EarlyEagle1 says:

      Bayan, 7abibti:

      Some people die in deserted stations, waiting for a train that never comes. Pain and pleasure are two facts of this short life. But when one of them lingers too long, we need to stop and ask : Why? You would be surprised to know that the reason could be closer than you once had thought. Could be because of people you had trusted wholeheartedly! These are signals, emotional signals, trying to deliver us a message: You are on the right path, or, you ought to make an immediate U-turn.

      Early Eagle

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