Whenever the name of Muhammad Mahmoud al-Zubairi (1910–1965) is mentioned, the history of the Yemeni revolution comes to mind, bright and clear. References to his work awaken awareness of the link between intellect and revolution. By recalling the role of the free intellectual, the responsibility of words and their influence on national struggles, it reminds us of the status of poetry in enlightening, revolutionizing and reviving the people.