Imru al Qays Ibn Hujr

(500 - 550 / Arabia)

Imru al Qays Ibn Hujr Poems

1. The Poem Of Imru Al Qays 1/1/2004
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The Poem Of Imru Al Qays

Stop, oh my friends, let us pause to weep over the remembrance of my beloved.
Here was her abode on the edge of the sandy desert between Dakhool and Howmal.


The traces of her encampment are not wholly obliterated even now.
For when the South wind blows the sand over them the North wind sweeps it away.


The courtyards and enclosures of the old home have become desolate;
The dung of the wild deer lies there thick as the seeds of pepper.


On the morning of our separation it was as if I stood in the gardens of our tribe,
Amid the acacia-shrubs where my ...

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