Ismaaciil Mire

Ka Wikipedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Ismaaciil Mire Cilmi (Af-Ingiriis: Ismail Mire Elmi) ku dhashay Lasadar, tuulo u dhow Buuhoodle qiyaastii 1862, geeriyooday 1950; wuxuu ahaa gabayaa, halabuur, hogaamiye iyo dagaalyahan Soomaaliyeed kaasi oo ka tirsanaa hogaanka sare Ciidankii Daraawiishta.[1][2] Ismaaciil Mire waxaa lagu xasuustaa gabayo badan oo dhaxalgal ah kuwaasi oo ka mid ah Suugaanta Soomaalida.

Gabayada Ismaaciil Mire

Ismaaciil Mire wuxuu leeyahay tiro badan oo gabayo ah, kuwaasi oo iskugu jira gubaabo, dhiirigelin, waxsheeg, fariin iyo noocyo kale. Gabayada ugu caansan ee Ismaaciil Mire waxaa ka mid ah gabayga "Iibsi Lacageed"[3] kaasi oo u qoran sidan:

   Nimanyahow awow iyo awow iyo abkaan sheegto
   Iyo aniga abidkay ma arag iibsi lacageede
   Adduun buu lahaan jirey raaggaan ka isirraa waaye
   Ololahaan wax kaga qaybsan jirey ululuf duullaane
   Mar uun baan amaamuday waxaan aabahay faline
    
   Afar waxaan u dhaxay tuuladii awrta loo raraye
   Albaabkii Burcaan tegey anoo aaladii sida e
   Amminkiiba lay yimid sidii eegta lay yahaye
   Ooggii horey nagu kaceen adhi dillaalkiiye
   Dad iimaanka laga qaaday baa noo aloogsadaye
   Amakaagay goortay wankii adhaxda tuujeene
   Intaa weeye iyo ma'ahadii la is ilaaqaayey
    
   Asaraartankii baa qalbiga aad wax ii dhimaye
   Afka reer magaaluhu yaqaan waan ka oodnahaye
   Ii-maroojihii bay khatalay kii aan aaminaye
   Afar bawlad laga gooyey bay igu aluubeene
   Anigoo arkaayaa gacmaha laygu iibsadaye
   Kuwo boqonta ood laga sudhay ila ahaayeene
   Usha jeedal iyo suufaf bay igu illaaweene
   Ashcaartaba rag baa iga badshee idinku weydiiya

Gabayo kale

Ismaaciil Mire wuxuu leeyahay tiro badan oo gabayo iyo maansooyin iskujira, kuwaasi waxaa ka mid ah:

  • Maxaa Xiga
  • Guuguulayhow
  • Iibsi Lacageed
  • Xoogsi
  • Hashii Markab
  • Isma Oga
  • Annagoo Taleex Naal
  • Gelin Dhexe
  • Galow-Kiciye

Sidoo kale fiiri

Xigasho

Tixraac

  1. Africa - Volume 74, Issues 3-4 - Page 539 Diedrich Westermann, Edwin William Smith, Cyril Daryll Forde - 2004 "Ismail Mire, the dervish general and one of the greatest poets, stated in an interview that the Sayyid's 'men would ride up to a herdsman and say, "Join me and my brother and bring all your sheep and goats and camels," and if he agreed, they
  2. Nagendra Kr Singh, Abdul Mabud Khan Encyclopaedia of the World Muslims: Tribes, Castes and Communities 8187746106 - 2001 "Examples of classical Somali poems are Mohammed Abdulle Hassan's 'Hiin Finiin,' in praise of his favourite horse; Ismail Mire's 'The Rewards of Success,' a philosophical poem; and Abdillahi Muse's 'An Elder's Reproof to his Wife.' "
  3. Gabayga Iibsi Lacagee, Ismaaciil Mire ~doollo.com