The evening organized by the Cultural Center in the field dealt with national, humanitarian and social topics, limited in form to the two-part style and prose, while adhering to the artistic level and language.
The poet Ghaleb Jazia, a member of the Arab Writers Union, delivered a number of poetic texts in which the national concern was clear and the sincere emotion moved with the event and poetic music, in addition to texts that raised social concern by adhering to the balanced, the two halves and the language.
The poet Tehran Al-Sarem, a member of the Union, also delivered prose texts in which she relied on artistic formation and symbolism that suggest human issues and great concerns committed to language and access to the taste of the recipient without resorting to blurring.
Laila Saab, head of the cultural center in the field, said combining balanced and prose is an urgent cultural necessity, provided that the prose has risen to the level of poetry and adheres to the elements of culture such as language and creativity.
The evening was attended by Director of Culture Naima Suleiman and a number of writers and intellectuals.