Ahmad Shawqi

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The three lines of Arabic poetry are by the well-known poet Ahmad Shawqi. Shawqi was exiled by then British occupation of Egypt, and he wrote the poem while in exile. The three lines in rough meaning: Would the trees where nightingales are known to sit and sing be a forbidden …