Thirty-four prose texts were embraced by the second poetry collection (Forgiveness), by the poet, the engineer Azab Rustom, dominated by feelings of pain, sadness, separation and nostalgia, depicting the author's pain in a moment of creative glow.
The diwan, which is located in 100 pages of medium size, issued by Urwa Printing House, was distinguished by its aesthetic radiance of images that occupy the reader's imagination.
A group of writers and interested people attended the signing of (Forgiveness) in the Sami Al-Droubi Hall of Homs culture, including the writer Issa Ismail, who pointed out in a statement to SANA Cultural that the Forgiveness Group includes elegant phrases and amazing meanings through which the poet seeks a unity that combines the dualities that complement each other and make life a finer unity. The sun, the moon, the male and the female, the poet’s unity with the absent she misses, and the hope of his impossible return
Ismail pointed to the poet's ingenuity in depicting the current state of the delicate, dreamy female and the rule of love and forgiveness, so that life is worth living, and she reflected her feelings on things.
In Ismail's opinion, the prose poem is distinguished by its innovative images and the linguistic intensification of vibrant words with images of sumptuous beauty and meaning.
The writer Muhammad Rostom saw that the Diwan almost constitutes one poem floating in the same sea through the cries of the pain of parting for the partner, except for a few poems that dealt with man and the homeland and falls under the name of expressive narration, where the poet’s poetic sentence leaves the intense intensity on which the poem of modernity is based to a beautiful poetic narrative, colored with pictures Charming, plain language.
Rostom explained that the poet's ingenuity lies in instilling eagerness in the reader and attracting him to live the poem's atmosphere, fragrant with the transparency of the relationship of Eve and Adam with a spirituality far from the materiality of the body.
The poet Azab Rustom indicated that her texts reflected the feelings of pain, sadness and separation that she experienced in her life following the martyrdom of her husband. Her themes were drawn from the reality that Syrians lived through during the war, so her writings came to translate the outcome of contradictory emotions of sadness, joy, anger and moments of weakness.