Telling, in verse, sentimental stories that allow readers to reflect on the meanings of love, lies, loyalty, communication, separation and indifference within the couple, is the bet launched by Arzé Nakhlé. It was in 2016 that this journalism graduate started writing 75 poems consisting of Ended with rose water stories, or not? to treat, across the pages, the universal theme of love which, he said, “remains an enigma and a quest for most people”. This poetry enthusiast is delighted to release this month in the Lebanese bookstore his first collection published in Artliban Calima editions and which is the subject of a French edition, last February, at the Maison des audacieux. “The feeling of love, its circumstances, its mysteries, its misunderstandings and its complexity gave me the necessary inspiration to write the two love stories told in the verse I wanted to share with the public” , says one who found, in writing, an outlet. “I wish, he determined, to open a reflection on the questions found in the three chapters of this collection, passionate love, unreasonable reason and liberation, telling the story of a soul seeking love.The woman who holds the position of journalist who has managed the Women’s Lifestyle section of Marie Claire Arabia magazine since August 2017 explains that writing is her preferred way of expressing: “Even because of love or in the context of my work, I always have to pick up the pen to express how I feel and share my opinions. Sometimes in prose, sometimes in verse, writing is, for me, a liberating, even therapeutic act. Arzé Nakhlé hopes that the stories, feelings, doubts and questions shared in Fini’s poems have rose water stories, or not? will be heard by readers who may, in one way or another, have something to do with the stories being told. He gave them an appointment on June 29 between 5 pm and 8 pm, at the behest of Tahwita doctors, for the signing of his collection.
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After a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in information sciences obtained in 2015 and 2018 from Lebanese University, Arzé Nakhlé has been a doctoral student, since October 2020, in information and communication sciences at Bordeaux University. Montaigne. It is within the MICA research laboratory, Media – Cultures – Societies axis, that the journalist is developing her thesis focusing on a theme she considers of capital importance: the role of Lebanese media in the legitimacy of women in Politics . “We can no longer ignore that the media has an important role to play in strengthening the place of women and ensuring their better representation in society and in political life”, explained the reporter. As part of her work with Marie Claire Arabia, she addresses, in particular, issues relating to women, their rights, their duties and their achievements in the Arab world with the aim, she insisted, “to propose the tools and methods necessary for their empowerment and emancipation.” Arzé Nakhlé, who also holds a license in general chemistry, master 1 in environmental sciences and master 2 in environmental expertise and treatment, obtained in each of 2009, 2010 and 2011 from UL, seems to have definitely found its way: to use the power of the pen to touch others and inspire them to reflect on the world around them through poetry and journalistic writing and research.
Telling, in verse, sentimental stories that allow readers to reflect on the meanings of love, lies, loyalty, communication, separation and indifference within the couple, is the bet launched by Arzé Nakhlé. In 2016 this journalism graduate started writing 75 poems that …