Dalila Hiaoui, a Moroccan national living in Rome, Poet, Writer, and director of the bilingual cultural magazine "SALOTTO CULTURALE " (the CULTURAL SALOON )for literature, Art and Education, she is a Teacher of Arabic language and culture with the UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES and the International University UNINETTUNO, as well as an Arabic proofreader and editor with the UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES. she has also a diplomatic experience as a Press translator and a Secretary.
She has 21 publications in Arabic, Italian, English, Mandarin, Serbian and Albanian languages as author and co-author (poetry, novels, prose, play, ect) and she presents the multilingual cultural salon "J’nan Argana" twice a month.
when I'm far from your eyes,
when my fingers touch your hands,
when words overflow or dry
on your lips
when I'm close and when I'm far
during my lifetime
or on the edge of the grave
when a country joins us
or when vast expanses
or the dunes of deserts separate us
you who took my mind
and made me crazy,
you who diverted my path to your path,
I willingly changed my destiny
to stay by your side.
in the morning and at night
Remember me with desire and faithfulness
or with hypocrisy and falsehood