To My Beloved Country, by hanaa wahba

كان نفسي اعاتبك واسمع منك رد يخفف اوجاعي
لكن عتابك هم يزيد علي همومي
عتابك يقلب المواجع ولايشفي الجروح
انت لا تحب العتاب
العتاب لوم والحب غفران
فانت اخترت الحب
بس بشروطك
بما انك رفضت العتاب فانت لم تعترف بالخطا
ولم تشعر بالجرح
ومن حقك تعيد نفس الموقف مرة ومرات
واذا عاتبتك يبقي مش باحبك
واذا ذكرت الجرح يبقي انا لا اعرف الغفران
واذا لم اتحمل يبقي اتغيرت من ناحيتك
واذا كلمتك مش هاتسمع لان الكلام تضييع وقت
عاوزين عمل جاد وانتاج
بلاش العتاب
القلب العاصي تاب ولو ان الجرح عاصي مش عاوز يطيب
وما يزال يدمي
ياخسارة يا مصر

About hanaawahba

Dr. Hanaa Wahba was born and educated in Cairo, Egypt. After her BA, she started a teaching career that she is still pursuing. In 2002, she completed her PhD in Education from the University of Kensington, USA. Throughout her teaching career, Dr. Wahba, worked in a number of schools and private universities, taught ESL, English Literature, supervised and developed curricula and directed schools. Her career extended to teacher training and corporate career development. From 1993 till 2002, Dr. Wahba was employed by the University of Cambridge (UCLES), where she gained first-hand experience of setting exams and marking scripts for IGCSE, an experience that she communicated to many young teachers who joined the field. In 2009, Dr. Wahba published her first book that was very well-received by the media and proved very popular among readers. Her following book “Marwa’s Birthday” is a novel about women’s life in Egypt.
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2 Responses to To My Beloved Country, by hanaa wahba

  1. Fares says:

    استمتع جدا بكلماتك البسيطة العميقة التى اشعر انها تعبرعن شعورى

  2. So true. Beautifully said!

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