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“ Yea, everything is vain, except only God alone, and every pleasant thing must one day vanish...The Poem of Labid
“ HAVE the bards who preceded me left any theme unsung? What, therefore, shall be my subject...The Poem of Antara
“↑ This poem begins, as do most Arab poems, with love longings, but soon drifts into praise of...The Poem of Zuhair
“ ARE these the only traces of the lovely Ommaufia? Are these the silent ruins of her mansion in...The Poem of Zohair
“ DESOLATE are the mansions of the fair, the stations in Minia, where they rested, and those...The Poem of Lebeid
“ DOTH fair Asoma give us notice of her departure? Oh, why are sojourners so frequently weary of...The Poem of Hareth
“ THE mansion of Khaula is desolate, and the traces of it on the stony hills of Tahmed faintly...The Poem of Tarafa
Pages in category "Islamic poetry"
The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total.