Marry me!

The Arabic text Marry me! by Anna Enbom. You can click each word to get more information about the word. Click the eye symbol to get detailed information about a phrase.

 Marry me!
A woman and a man sat in a cafe. The two drank mint tea and smoked and discussed their future. The dense smoke rose in the air, which was hot and vibrant like their feelings.
He said: Marry me! I will make you happy.
She said: How?
He said: I am good at cooking.
She said: I talked to your first wife, who divorced you nine years ago. She said that you are useless at cooking.
He said: But I am an artist in bed. I will make your passion explode. I will kiss you a thousand times without getting tired.
She said: You are lazy in bed according to your second wife.
He said embarrassed: Let us change the subject. I am interested in your thoughts and not your body.
She said: You never listened when your third wife talked about her feelings. You closed your two ears when she opened her mouth.
He said: Forget about the past! I am faithful.
She said: You are unfaithful. You were unfaithful to all your former wives.
He said: Be merciful! I will write to you poems that take you to the borders of the sun.
She said: You have stolen your words from famous poetry.

Learn Arabic with the Arabic text Marry me! by Anna Enbom.

Voices: Fayha Stete (the woman), Yamen Al-Tnnary (the man), George Mosa Dosh (the narrator). Sound engineer: Yamen Al-Tnnary.