Antarah (Antar) Ibn Shaddad

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  • Franklin Haney (5/3/2008 5:57:00 PM)

    I HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR AN IMAGE OF ANTAR. WHARE CAN I FIND ONE THAT I COULD COMPARE WITH A STATUE THAT I HAVE WHICH IS MORE THAN 80 YEARS OLD?

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The Ode Of Ántara (Alternate Translation)

HOW many singers before me! Are there yet songs unsung?

Dost thou, my sad soul, remember where was her dwelling place?

Tents in Jiwá, the fair wadi, speak ye to me of her.

Fair house of 'Abla my true love, blessing and joy to thee!

Doubting I paused in the pastures, seeking her camel-tracks,

high on my swift-trotting nága tall as a citadel,

Weaving a dream of the past days, days when she dwelt in them,

'Abla, my true love, in Házzen, Sammán, Mutathéllemi.

There on the sand lay the hearth-stones, black in their emptiness, ...

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