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Darwish He accused of doing activities against the Israel nation, so he was arrested five times in 1961, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, left the village when he was six.
returned under covered .
In 1970 he got a scholarship from Moscow.
After he finished his studies he went to Egypt, then Lebanon. He was a Palestinian poet and writer.
His writing always stood for the anguish of dispossession and exile.
He was born in 1941 , Al-Birwa in Palestine.
Published many books ... He had many awards , one of them is Lotus Prize in 1969.
He died in August 9, 2008 in United States. I long for my mother's bread
My mother's coffee
Childhood memories grow up in me
Day after day
I must be worth my life
At the hour of my death
Worth the tears of my mother
And if I come back one day
Take me as a veil to your eyelashes
Cover my bones with the grass
Blessed by your footsteps
Bind us together
with a lock of your hair
With a thread that trails from the back of your dress
I might become immortal
Become a god
If I touch the depths of your heart
If I come back
Use me as wood to feed your fire
As the clothesline on the roof of your house
Without your blessing
I am too weak to stand
I am old
Give me back the star maps of childhood
So that I
Along with the swallows
Can chart the path
Back to your waiting nest My Mother Presented by: Balquees Basalom