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Regzit in Mhayfif
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12017-10-10T20:51:39+00:00Individual Reǧzīt5cyoa31plain2018-04-14T19:35:01+00:00branching_parent_pageYou’ve elected to have versified conversation with another poet of your caliber using exchanged couplets (reǧzīt maraddāt), or perhaps you’re just going to deliver a poetic slash to an unsuspecting target (individual reǧzīt, or reǧzīt fardī). Your words will be received as powerful, socially significant, and culturally resonant whether or not they are entirely serious or sardonic. You are confident in your wordsmithing and are not afraid of the limelight. You have something to say and expect folks will want to hear it.