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Download â Louder Than Hearts È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Zeina Hashem Beck â 2 Characters Read & download ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Zeina Hashem Beck A contemporary woman makes complex negotiations with history and culture in a voice eually strong discerning God soaked and edgy creating music out. Louder than Hearts by Lebanese Dubai based poet Zeina Hashem Beck is a book about the bi lingual life articulated in meditation like poems the complexity of the Arabic language the Arabic culture and History in ways that go far beyond and beneath war violence terrorism corruption and politicsZeina a contemporary aficionado of words and seamstress of longing has put together in this poetry collection a rhythmical manifestation of our deeply hidden grieves With a sense of urgency and personal pain she speaks for our homesickness she writes giving into no limitation of translation of what could be languagereligion barriers or freedoms if we choose it to beShe writes for all of us the broken hearted the beloved the in love the homesick the anxious the lost the wanderers she writes a prayer for our spirits for all of us Zeina writes of the limitless bonding powers of poetry We may be of different cultures backgrounds ethnicities from different towns and cities divided by imaginary borders rivers lakes oceans and tongues but we are all human and we love all the same And poetry is how we all can see the similarities see our humanity and know we are one When it is beautiful well written masterfully articulated poetry we all can relateand if your sorrow hardened you fixed itby dipping it in seawater and if your countryhardened you fixed itby dipping it in songReality is where poets draw in their inspiration their poems is merely a painting of what is in their environment and what influences and stirs their emotions Zeina s poetry is about hearts broken not only by love but by war bullets politics religion and displacement hearts to be cared for regardless by beauty love and kisses AlwaysBahr is how we were taught to measure poetrybahr is how we ve stopped trying to measure sorrow back homeStop writing about war he said Stopwriting about borders and blood Stop writingabout revolutions and revolvers about citiesrooftops with antennas and snipersFor God s sake stopwriting about religion I m tiredof minarets and crosses even the prayersare tired and want to sleep Just writesome shade for me to sit inThey would have done it in a cafe in ParisThey would have done it in a shelter in BaghdadI could have kissed you a Thousand years agoIt is the same scene everywhere and alwaysgive or take the sound of bulletsDid they have to bomb your bodyopen to behold Allahin your artery does poetry matter does dance is there a bridge where the displaced go after they re goneThe never ending yearning for home new or old just somewheresomeonesomething to belong to that would never leave and how that yearning seemssounds insignificant in comparison to the status of a refugeeHere Nina Simone sings Got my liver got my bloodso here despite the children sleepingon the floor the tends the sea much much kiss me for where elsedo we carry home now habibiif not on our lipsWomen and War Poetry and song songs of freedom Woman and love women in loveI prefer Umm Kukthum no one has ever screamedabout freedom the way she didexcept perhaps for Piaf who has handsthe size of continents eyebrowslike distant bird wings and DAlidawho has killed herselfThe wine is in the fridge habibithe ants are on the floorPour me a glass and stayPour me a glass and leaveFor the love and passion we carry in our souls for our mother tongue the beauty it is saturated with the depth of its poetic soul the history of it the poetry the poets the singers the artists the all time lovers of the Arabic languageCall me magnum LaylaI freed gazelles from my trapbecause they reminded me of yourWhat food for those already deadof hunger Tell me did hekiss you in the morningLet me then dive into the darkflame of this night this LaylaIn the garden of our language a beggaris he who waits to reap a kissat my doorThe struggle and never ending inner conflict of having Arabic as your mother tongue as what you re expected to speak in communicate in yet your mind speaks in a different language and so does your heart but your soul forever yearns to master the art of this impeccable ocean deep language3awda ahh ya babaI have fallen in lovewith Beckett I stumbleon my Arabic inflections confusesubject objectbut I have promised Al MutannabbiI will come backIn a poetry book about the Arabic language and the flustered lives of those who against their will grow distant and from it and without realizing detaching themselves from a language may also bring detachment from everything else it may subconsciously represent the love of a country homeland or memories of songs that embodies our history and culture of love and passion it could have not missed having a poem or two for and about our languagecountry lovers including Umm Kulthum and Abdel Halim HafezI traced a line from the ur an in the air the last time I left for the hospitain London Girls threwthemselves off balconies the day I died She has beautiful ways of keeningthis countryI haven t been called a planet for nothing My voice soursaround the theatre the sun and comes back to this streetat midnight than half a century later askingHas love ever seen such drunknessEverything about me orbits Even my coffinhas sailed the streets of Cairo for hoursAnd in the end Zeina in her poem Ode to my non Arabic Lover threaded flawlessly every sentiment and notion that storm within my conflicted bilingual heart for it holds a significant place for the Arabic language yet aches for not being able to use its incomparable profoundness in communicating with my own significant other And that is when Zeina and her poetry won my heart again perpetuallyWalak off off ooffdo not call me cruelsay I love my language than my lovemy love I don t You seeI m already tired and you alreadymistranslate I love and adore Zeina s poetry for every verse is a world of its ownIf you ask what my favorite dance isgo to the temple ListenNow slowly lift your arms Obłok Magellana by Lebanese Dubai Destinys Need based poet Zeina Hashem Beck is a Gabe Alvarez Security #1 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Download â Louder Than Hearts È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Zeina Hashem Beck â 2 Characters Read & download ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Zeina Hashem Beck Of personal longing and cultural tragedy Hashem Beck s poems offer a lens through which to see life in the Middle East They are timeless exploration. I fell in love with Zeina Hashem Beck s poetry in her chapbook 3arabi Song when her full length collection Louder than Hearts came out this year I devoured it Beck faces head on the type of horrific news that is so often reported these days bombs death ruins In the same breath however Beck s poems sing to us of hope of family of the love that must survive in trying times and be the light 2017 has been a hard year around the world let Louder than Hearts lift you with its songs Some favorites of mine in this collection Ya aburnee Message from My Aunt on Her Son s Death Anniversary and Naming Things Ty jesteś moje imię bombs death ruins In the same The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy breath however Beck s poems sing to us of hope of family of the love that must survive in trying times and The Complete Amber Sourcebook be the light 2017 has Jadę sobie Azja Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet been a hard year around the world let Louder than Hearts lift you with its songs Some favorites of mine in this collection Ya aburnee Message from My Aunt on Her Son s Death Anniversary and Naming Things

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Download â Louder Than Hearts È PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Zeina Hashem Beck â 2 Characters Read & download ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Zeina Hashem Beck S of love loss and the poet s attempt to understand her own experience in the context of world events and the spiritual realities that permeate them. I ve been to Hashem Beck s poetry readings in Beirut and bought a copy of this book after having heard her perform her poems Her perception of the world resonates with me deeply as a Lebanese woman I fell in love with Louder Than Hearts and am deeply grateful for it

  • Paperback
  • 96
  • Louder Than Hearts
  • Zeina Hashem Beck
  • English
  • 21 March 2017
  • 9780872332348