I established this website to promote education, help students in my community learning the Arabic language as a second language and to post our community cultural activities online.. Serving my community, immigrants, schools, universities, professionals, researchers and others who are interested in learning Arabic and studying Arabic and Islamic cultures.
Arabic Literature صفحة الأدب والشعر
Listen how the poet reads the poem in Arabic, clear voice and clear sound recording as well. The following link has many Arabic Poetry readers you can choose any one you want to hear reading the poems.
For example, the following poem called Mualakah by an ancient famous Poet. His name is Emrea Alkaies Alkanady. It is called Mualakaht Emrea Alkaies.
" No people in the world manifest such enthusiastic admiration for literary expression and are so moved by the word, spoken or written, as the Arabs. Modern audiences in Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo can be stirred to the highest degree by the recital of poems, only vaguely comprehended, and by the delivery of orations in the classical tongue, though it be only partially understood. The rhythm, the rhyme, the music, produce on them the effect of what they call "lawful magic (sihr halal). "
Philip K Hitti, History of the Arabs
الموسوعة العالمية للشعر العربي The Arabic International Poetry Encyclopedia Website