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    وَمــا صَبابــةُ مُشْـتاقٍ عـلى أَمَـلٍ
    مــنَ اللِقــاءِ كمُشْـتاقٍ بِـلا أمَـلِ

    مَتَـى تَـزُرْ قَـومَ مَـن تَهـوَى زِيارتَها
    لا يُتحِــفوكَ بِغَـيرِ البِيـضِ والأَسَـلِ

    والهَجْــرُ أَقتَــلُ لـي ممَّـا أُراقِبُـهُ
    أَنـا الغَـرِيقُ فمـا خَـوفي مِـنَ البَلَـلِ



    Al Mutanabi
    Last edited by Guest 123; 2nd September 2007, 09:40.

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    Man, you sent me back to my high school years (I went to El Idrissi), my poor "Arabic" teacher (I was arrabisant), we was trying very heard to get us interested, but in vain, science and math were my kinda of plate; geography and history as well as Arabic were not even in the radar screen. English was my favorite because of the gorgeous teacher we had, a real BABE! (100% hanouna).
    A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty - Mark Bradford.

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