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This book contains a very personal experience through which the poet dives into his self, as he considers poetry a revelation of the hidden self, its pains and aspirations. He tries to be realistic to a wounding extent, or makes his reader believe that; hence he erases the distance between poetry and reality in a way that enables his reader to draw a portrait of his face without seeing him, for he does not only describe his inner emotions and apprehensions, but records the sounds of nature surrounding him in his isolation, which he chose willingly as a humane and an intellectual stance. The poems of Samir Darwish are paintings and still scenes; he halts the scene and dives into it to see himself clearer, to see the universe through moments that might appear ordinary, and habitual, from the outside at least. His poems are also very condensed, as he uses the less number of words possible to build an artistic body, benefiting from the published modern global poetry and from the new movement of the Arab poetry.
* Poet of the '80s' generation in Egypt and has experience in writing novel, critic, political, and religious articles. * Held several leading positions in government and civil cultural departments and participated in publishing literary magazines. * All of his poetry books have been translated to English. Some of his poems are translated to German and French. He participated in many Arab and international festivals and his works dealt with advanced university studies within the context of the study of literary phenomena.