Four poems by, and three pieces on, the late Alexandrian poet Osama Al Danasouri who passed away in January 2007. Al Danasouri has four collections of poetry to his name: حراشف الجهم [The Scowler’s Scales, 1991], مثل ذئب أعمى [Like a Blind Wolf, 1999], على هيئة واحد شبهي [In the Semblance of One Resembling Me, 2001], and عين سارحة، عين مندهشة [One Eye Wandering, One Eye Amazed, 2003]. All these poems can be found in his complete works, published by Merit. His prose work, كلبي الهرم، كلبي الحبيب (Dar Merit, 2007) [My Decrepit Dog, My Darling Dog] published posthumously.
The three short pieces on Al Danasouri are by Hamdi Abu Golayyel and Yasser Abdel Latif.
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