Poetry is one of the most important means to motivate man and develop his positive feelings in the love of the homeland. We have noticed throughout the ages many poets who were providing the best poems of passion in wars and in love of the homeland and to highlight the importance of the homeland to man regardless of his status and degree of progress and one of the most important contemporary poets Love of the homeland poet Abu Qasim Khammar.
The birth, birth and education of poet Abu Qasim Khammar:
He was born in Biskra, Algeria, in 1931. He started his studies in his hometown of Biskra and then moved to Constantine, one of the largest cities in Algeria for his preparatory studies. Then he moved to Syria and completed his secondary education in Aleppo, Syria. He completed his studies at the University of Damascus and was a professor of philosophy at the Faculty of Arts and graduated with a BA in this field.
The practical life of poet Abu Qasim Khammar:
After completing his education, Abu Qasim was appointed as a teacher in a school in Syria. He remained in this position for 4 years. He left this field and moved to work in the press. He became an official of the Algerian National Liberation Front in Damascus and then moved to the Unity Press Foundation to work as a journalist for two years.
After that he moved to work as a consultant in the Ministry of Youth in Algeria for a period not long and then returned to the media and worked for another period in the Ministry of Information and Culture in Algeria as director of the magazine Alwan was also a cultural adviser.
Abu al-Qasim’s mobility in many places in his work is confusing to some of his autobiographical readers, but the reason is his search for the field in which he develops his creative talents and also to spread awareness and patriotism among those around him, but this does not satisfy some people. To Abu al-Qasim as one of the most important poets of his time.
Poems and Devils Poet Abu Qasim Khammar:
The poet Abu al-Qasim Khammar wrote many of the Dawween, which was published between 1967 and 1996. Many researchers confirm that he wrote more than ten books, all of which talk about the love of homeland and foreign affairs, wounds and memories in the Levant and many of his dreams for his country in terms of independence and freedom.
1- The Bureau of the 1967 papers.
2. Echoes and shadows of 1977.
3 – Rabi’i al-Hajri.
4- The epic of the tournament and love 1984.
5 – states of meditation and shouting.
6 – Ihraasat Sarabit in the time of combustion 1981.
7 – Dreams of the fugitive dream 1994.
8 – Mawil of love and sadness.
9 – Memoirs of the Nisa Shami 1996.
10 – Time of alienation and sunset.
11 – Light Crafts 1979.
Many scholars confirm that our poet Abu al-Qasim Khammar has many romantic poems and poems, but he has not found enough fame, such as the national poems. This has put Abu al-Qasim in a distinguished position among the poets of his generation, and one of the poems of the poem of alienation:
The poem of the time of alienation
I’m afraid the sun is gone
Snakes spring, from the shallow
And narrowing me down
It does not make sense for Istbari
I breathe deeply
In my obsession
I am afraid to cry
And you will be thirsty for me
Good qualities of the poet Abu Qasim Khammar:
Many of the writers talked about the ethics of Abu al-Qasim in various transactions and assistance to all this, in addition to stopping among his peers in many positions and the most famous of the great writer talked about it, Izz al-Din Mahboubi was telling about the assistance of Abu Qasim to him in the Conference of the Algerian Writers Union in 1998 The first was presented by the writer Ezzeddine and praised him for all the heads of this conference, and also stressed the enjoyment of our poet Abu al-Qasim spirit of youth despite his arrival to the eighth decade of his life.