Saeed Tayah is a Jordanian poet to whom a number of poetry collections have been published, perhaps the most prominent and famous of which is the collection of “Intimate Poems” as well as a “Diwan of Poetry in Three Parts” which included dozens of poems. There is also a collection of "Poems from Conscience", which was published in 2018 by Zahrat Publishing House.[1]

Saeed Tayah
NationalityJordan
CitizenshipJordanian
OccupationPoet
Notable work
Poems from the conscience

A collection of poetry in three parts

Intimate poems

Career pathEdit

Saeed Tayeh published his first published poetry collection entitled “Intimate Poems” by the Ministry of Culture, and a second poetry book titled “A Diwan of Poetry in Three Parts” was issued to him: Echo of Consciousness, Ashjan, and Fayd Al Khater.  The last Diwan achieved fame in literary circles and was warmly received by some critics. Some of them asserted - in reviews or critical readings - that the poet “wove his poems in a common language that helped a lot by coherence of phrases, and flowed sweetly ... the circulating vocabulary [of the Diwan] is not abnormal and does not concave and  There is no strangeness or coarseness, well-known meanings with many connotations, selected wisely to serve the idea and description, and drawing beautiful, innovated images accurately.[2]  Saeed focused in this poetry collection on a group of poems that mostly describe the beloved woman and flirt with her and her identity and depict the poet's infatuation with his beloved.[3][4]

In 2018, the poet Saeed Tayeh published his poetry collection entitled “Poems from Conscience” by Zahrat Publishing House. A critical reading of the book was presented by the Vice President of Al al-Bayt University, Dr. Muhammad Al-Droubi.  The Poetic Diwan achieved acceptable sales rates and was praised by critics. This Diwan is considered the fifth Diwan issued after the previous works of Saeed Al-Sharia, and the poems of this Diwan, like the previous Diwans, were formulated in a modern, clear and understandable language according to the poet himself.[5][6]

Saeed also published another collection of books entitled "The Prince of Lovers", while Alyan Al-Jaludi and Deeb Al-Akash gave a critical reading of the collection. This book was distinguished by not focusing on one topic, but rather four basic topics, namely patriotism, social sciences, religions, and then poetry.[7] According to critics, this book delved into the depths of the human soul and its human feelings and feelings in times of contentment and winged love in its highest manifestations and meanings.  In his critical reading, al-Akash said about this book: “The poet has excelled in the poems of his poetry by moving in rhymes and in a highly articulate language, graceful in meaning and full of weights, in a modern, modern language full of feelings and sensations[8].”

List of his worksEdit

This is a list of the most prominent works of the Jordanian writer and poet Saeed Tayeh:[9]

Poetry divansEdit

• " Qasayid Hamima " [10]

• " Diwan shier " three parts[11]

• " Qasayid min Alwijdan " [12]

• " Amir Aleashiqin "[13]

PoemsEdit

[14]

• "Aqul laha"

• "Tihi ealaa badr albadawr"

• "Uriduk wahdi"

• "Eudi kama ead alrabie"

• "Ard alqadaasati"

• "Badirat al'ahlami"

• "Mukashifat sarihatun"

• "Darb al'akhawati"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ثلاثة مؤلفات جديدة للشاعر سعيد تايه". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  2. ^ "إشهار »قصائد من الوجدان« لـسعيد تايه - صحيفة الرأي". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  3. ^ "أمسية ثقافية حول ديوان "قصائد حميمة " للشاعر سعيد تايه". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  4. ^ "مــنْ أجل عينِكِ " بقلم الشاعر سعيد تايه / مجلة همسات شعرية – مجلة همسات شعرية". web.archive.org. 2021-03-18. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  5. ^ "الشاعر سعيد تايه يكتب … همسات دافئة – جريدة العربى اليوم الاخبارية". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  6. ^ "الأعمال الشعرية الكاملة سعيد تايه تنزيل الكتب - قوات الدفاع الشعبي السيل". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  7. ^ "كرونا /الشاعر سعيد تايه.. عمان الأردن". كرونا /الشاعر سعيد تايه.. عمان الأردن. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  8. ^ "إشهار ديوان الشاعر تايه "قصائد من الوجدان" - المدينة نيوز". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  9. ^ "إشهار ديوان الشاعر تايه "قصائد من الوجدان" | الثقافة | وكالة عمون الاخبارية". web.archive.org. 2018-09-05. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  10. ^ "مفكرة الأحد | شرق وغرب | وكالة عمون الاخبارية". web.archive.org. 2016-08-29. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  11. ^ "BA OPAC". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  12. ^ "سعيد تايـه – جريدة وإذاعة سقيفة المواسم الثقافية". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  13. ^ "القلعة نيوز | الشاعر سعيد تايه يُشهر ديوانه «أمير العاشقين» فــي «المكتبــة الوطنيــة»". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.
  14. ^ "الشاعر سعيد تايه يُشهر ديوانه "أمير العاشقي"ن في المكتبــة الوطنيــة - مصر اليوم". web.archive.org. 2021-06-12. Retrieved 2021-12-06.