Antarah (Antar) Ibn Shaddad

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Antarah (Antar) Ibn Shaddad Poems

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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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Antarah Pours Out His Heart

My sin against Ablah is beyond remission;
Became obvious when the morning of life
Lent streaks of its white shafts
To my hair, turning it gray.
My own Ablah pierced my heart with arrows,
Shot from her white-corona, black-iris eyes;
Accurately hitting the mark!
How amazing! Arrows projected from eyelids
With no string or bow, ever scoring, never missing
I have kept faith with my fellow tribesmen
Protected their honor
Often curbing my passion
For their playful and modest girls.
Such mild and gentle beauties!
Make tender branches envious
Of their ...

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