“Oral Tradition”

Either audible or not, vibration, sonar, Chirps, or hieroglyphic art

conveyance of expression ourselves extended
understood communication in all its forms beautiful and splendid
cultures of illiteracy existed when nothing was written
following only oral tradition
prideful of speech isolated it manifested into a dialect like no other
richness of words and phrases it was known for the best poetry  structure purer than any other
literary work many authors
libraries td and beautiful in color
diluted when it opened its borders
vast in its expression the best the world has ever seen… known in history Bagdad, Timbuktu, Alexandria, Damascus, and many others
a time when Europe was stooped in barbarianism, Druids, gathers and hunters
Al Undallus of Spain modelled after Medina translated many chains of
narration
works deeply rooted from scriptures and prophetic speech it awakens ignorance and Europe experiences

A Renaissance
medicine, algebra, all the sciences preserved by written record for those who remain and will in the future come to witness

nonchalance & arrogance tries to hide evidences
disturbances for worldly purposes wait long enough the truth always surfaces
pinch yourself are you awake or dreaming just scratching the surface
refresh your drink warm add just-ice
But the world wants Justice…

Sayyar Ismail Swift “history can’t cover it’s tracks” copyright® 2014

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sayyarismail

Author/Poet grew up to U.S.born parents but me myself not born in the U.S. Al-Maghib (Morocco) is home I like to think that we all aren't bad HUMAN BEINGS...and express myself openly mainly through poetry Confined to reality...I write about experiences, current affairs, political science & historical views with researched detail (is always the aim)... I don't seek to tear anyone or any particular group down...instead re-build falsehood on truth. Insha'allah in the process people will find something good in my work and that for me is enough...

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