Walid Abdallah is an Egyptian poet and author. He is a visiting professor of English language and literature in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Germany and the USA, his poetry includes "Go Ye Moon", " Dream" and "My heart still beats" And has several translated poems which won prestigious prizes in the USA like "Cause", "Egypt's Grief", and "Strangers' Cross", his books include Shout of Silence, Escape to the Realm of Imagination, and Man Domination and Woman Emancipation.
When the sun doesn’t shine And dreams are no longer mine When hopes run out And volcanoes no longer shout When all the oceans become dry And you count all the stars in the sky When all the trees’ leaves wither And the earth has only one weather When
My heart is forever young A divine hymn to be sung I love everyone and always forgive As twice as I take, I always give I try to be nice as possible as I can Of peace and love I am a great fan Life is short to waste in hate Let tolerance be our […]
I always have a dream Flowing into my veins like a stream Throughout my life I wander about Having deep faith to reach it, no doubt I always keep it in my heart and mind I am sure one day I will get it and find I dream of a new world with no pain […]
My life is so bright As I am enjoying the moonlight For the moon every night I wait for I know it will come up for sure I can see my beloved in the moon face With my eyes I hug and embrace Can you imagine the sky without its moon? It is like a […]