Salah Abdul Sabour is considered one of the most important pioneers of the contemporary Arab poetics movement, one of the symbols of Arab Modernism influenced by Western thought, and one of the few poets who has made significant mark in poetic theater.
Born in a village east of the Nile delta in the Zagazig district of Sharkia province, he was educated in public schools and then moved to Cairo to study Arabic at the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University.
Meet young friends Mursi Jamil Aziz and Abdel Halim Hafez In Zagazig, where he asked "Halim" (19659002) Two years later, we met here
and the drowning of the face of Morocco
and we saw that Light around us
and we swam in it. Jalal al-Muqabab
We followed the shadow of
. The sources were influenced by Abdul Sabour, where he was influenced by the ancient hair of Aasalik, by the poetry of Arab wisdom and the ideas of some Arab mystical flags such as Al Hallaj and Bashir Al-Hafi, who used them in some poems and plays as masks for his ideas and perceptions. Performed by the French, German and English Symbolic Poetry
Uncle After graduating from the Faculty of Philosophy, where he worked reluctantly, until he attracted his literary hobby and switched to poetry and journalism, he traveled to Egypt from 1977-1978 as a cultural consultant.
The poet "Abdul Sabour" The poem bears its own stamp, where the mines were planted in the traditional poetic forest, which was caught in the repetition and became a modern poetry sitter. He began to publish his poetry in the papers and his fame became famous through the publication of his first book, "People in My Land," dedicated to the pioneers of free poetry with Nazik Al-Malikah and Badr Shaker al-Sayab. In the theater, this new poetic style was quickly used The poet who hid his face in the Arab world after the death of the poet Ahmed Shawki.
and the work of the poet "Salah Abdul Sabour": a vision, trees of the night, tears on the tomb of the heart, sailing in memory, a joyful message on the fringes of the fifty along with many other literary works, in addition to the presidency of the Egyptian General Book Organization
One of the most important pioneers of the Free Arabic Poetry movement left life on August 13, 1981, at the age of fifty.