Nagmeldin’s poems are an extremely expressive record of longing and elation caused by it. A tear between several overlapping imaginations about beloved places. The multi-colored piece of land, filled with a variety of memories, changeable in moods and climates, and which used to be called the homeland. Nagmeldin’s sensitivity creates many homelands: the land of land, water, air, the land of sounds, joys and sorrows, the land of poetry, the land of the family. Nostalgia forces him to constantly wander around these homelands; he misses every single one, without each one dies … He runs to them and returns to miss him again and desire to leave again.