Poem by Abdulbasset Abdulsalam Qassem Alsamadi from Omaima, Yemen

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Bio: Name: Abdulbasset Abdulsalam Qassem Alsamadi (Yemen). Engineer and poet. I have translated some of my poems from Arabic into other languages Arab newspapers and magazines, print and electronic, publish my poems.

I won love

while she walks steam rises from the snow  It’s Spring, so there is no arrogance
There is no dust in the roads and flowers
I dangled to smell the fragrance of jasmine

for her The nights sailed with the waves, and from the look of at sunrise, I won love and did not lose my heart, and for the sake of her heart, which I love, I wove from my vein a silk shawl of longing and called out in an emotional voice,

O you who loved your path and spread pomegranate leaves I must meet you and close my eyes in peace and before the day return to hug you in my chest 

your eyes are crazy love,
And capture the love in your eyes Like drinking sea water The more I drank, the thirstier I became

O woman,
I don’t like to stay up late except with you
And I don’t like drawing in perspective
The eye of the ant except when
Draw I love you may she grow up
in your eyes a thousand times

For love
Give me love with cold water drop by drop Give me everything my heart needs For years of love and a thousand nights and nights

Abdulbasset Abdulsalam Qassem ALsamadi _Yemen