all the shut doors for Turks are ope.
The Egypt’s base would be firm I hope.
You give a rap too at the Ego’s door,
None knew without it his faith and land’s lore1
Lines 3 and 4, Literal The skirt of thy Ego you also hold, None knew without it
his ‘Land’ and ‘Fold’ I
Basic thought Here the poet is explaining the condition of Turks during 1922 AD., when they were surrounded all over by difficulties and so the Egyptians slater on. ‘Land’ and ‘Fold’; country and faith (religious f)