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The most important Arab poets,

The most important Arab poets,



 1- Imru` al-Qais:



   Aru al-Qais is considered one of the most prominent poets of the pre-Islamic era, and he was born in the Kinda tribe in Yemen, and his name is Omar al-Qais bin Hajar bin al-Harith bin Amr bin Muawiyah bin.  Al-Harith Al-Akbar, resided with his clan in western Hadramout, and was born from the origins of fame and poetry.  Most of his poetry was in mourning and photographing women, which prompted him to expel him from his father’s imprisonment, so he became homeless with his friend, drinking wine and singing, and one day while he was in this situation, his father’s obituary came and said to him his famous saying: “My father lost me a little, and he carried his blood to me, not awake.  ".  Today, I will not get drunk tomorrow, today is wine, and tomorrow is a question.  Imru 'al-Qais died in 80 BC.  E.





   2 - Zuhair bin :


Abi Salma Zuhair bin Rabi’a, nicknamed Abu Salma, and his lineage goes back to the Mazina tribe of Mudar, and he descended from the origins of a family who spoke poetry fluently, so his father was a poet, Bashama bin Al-Ghadeer was his father’s uncle, so this country was a wise man.  He consulted the Zuhair bin Abi Salma tribe in the battles.  Zuhair accompanied him, learned poetry from him, and expressed his opinion.  Zuhair inherited poetry to his two sons, with sarcasm and heels.




   3- Qais ibn al-Malouh, 


Qais ibn al-Maluh, nicknamed Majnoon Layla, whose name is Bakhtari ibn al-Jad, and some of them said the opposite, and his lineage is contradictory.  Some of them were attributed to Bani Bin Sa’a, and some of them were attributed to Bani bin Saad. Ka'b was famous for this poet.  In love with Laila, the daughter of Mahdi Al-Amiriya, who allegedly met him while she was tending a cattle, so they kept busy until the love killed a measure.





   4- Hasan bin Thabit


 Hassan bin Thabit is considered the Ansar poet in the era of ignorance, and the Prophet's poet in Islam  Al-Qurayshi sat and fought in defense of her prophet.  It was also famous for the prophetic praises.  His name is Abu Al-Walid, and Hassan bin Thabit composed a collection of poems he mentioned most of them.  It contains poems in irony and praising the Messenger, as well as his praise of the Ghassanids and King Nuaman bin al-Mundhir, and his poem narrated by Abu Saeed Al-Sukari on the authority of Ibn Habib.  And he died in the year 54 AH.

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