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2. POET
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3. Friday Morning Run - February 3, 2012
(Health and Fitness/Friday Morning Running Blog)
... with you. Let me go back to Arabic song and poetry. Arabic is such a wonderful and rich language for expressing matters of the heart - If only the world knew? Recently it was in the news that a Texas ...
4. The Great Friday Morning Run - Sept 30, 2011
(Health and Fitness/Friday Morning Running Blog)
... was a famous Arab poet who was born in Baghdad in 836, and died in 896, he was son of a Persian mother and a half-Greek father. Running caused my shin splints pain, so I used running to cure it. And ...
5. Kahlil Gibran
(Art/Kahlil Gibran)
... he sought beauty and poetry in all things as an antidote for the rampant materialism of the world around him. Gibran’s quest for humanity’s eternal and undeniable truths is a consistent theme linking ...
6. A Trail Of Promise
(Lebanon/Lebanon)
... poet Alphonse de Lamartine, who toured the region between 1832 and 1833, wrote so eloquently about it that there is at least one valley and one spectacular cedar tree in the Chouf Mountains that bear ...
7. Origin of the Semaan Family
(Semaan Family/Articles)
... they also patronised the arts and at one time entertained the poets. The Ghassanids remained a Byzantine vassal state until its rulers were overthrown by the Muslims in the 7th century, following the ...
8. Michael Fares - April 28, 2009
(News/Kaftounies in the News)
...  Jaime Macadangdang '09 and Rachel Walsh '09. The students were honored this year in the areas of dedication in the areas of literature, drama, poetry, business, chemistry, physics, geology, music, ...
9. In memoriam: Edward Said and Mahmoud Darwish
(Palestine/Palestine General)
... frequent coarseness of Palestinian and Arab politics.” In the same article, Said wrote that “poetry for Darwish provides not simply an access of unusual insight or a distant realm of fashioned order, ...
10. Museums
(Lebanon/Lebanon)
... (winter) The museum presents the life of the Lebanese writer, poet and painter Gibran Khalil Gibran (1883-1931) and exhibits a collection of manuscripts, photos and paintings as well as a selection ...
... he loved Shwayr. Were it not for Lebanese village rivalries, which he poetically enjoyed, he would have professed love for Sannin. But Baskinta, a rival village to Shwayr, lies on the bosom of this great ...
12. The Arab Bridge
(Kaftoun/General Articles)
... Moslem philosophers, the famed Italian poet did not consign them to the inferno, as he was bound to do by the teaching of his church, but to the border region termed limbo." al-Hafeez - The ...
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