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The beginning of Arabic poetry

beginning of poetry


Historians said that the first to say and utter poetry was our master Adam, peace be upon him.  This was mentioned in the interpretation of Ibn Jarir al-Tabari.  On the authority of Ali, may God be pleased with him, he said: “When Cain killed his brother Abel, Adam, peace be upon him, wept and mourned and mourned for his loss, and inherited him with poetry attributed to him.



 * Many scholars denied this statement because Adam, peace be upon him, was one of the prophets, and it is known that prophets were forbidden from reciting or writing poetry.  This poetry is contrary to poetic rhyme, and in the syntax you find what is raised and what is dragged.



 * These verses were found written on a stone in Yemen.  We do not know who said it.  It was attributed to Amr bin Al-Harith bin Madad Al-Akbar through Ibn Ishaq.




 * It was said that Imru’ al-Qays was the first to recite poems.  And record the facts.  But the Arabs used to utter poetry on occasions and situations, such as praise and praise.  Condolences, and so on.




 The beginning of the eloquent poetry:


 Appeared in the era of Abdul Muttalib and Hashem bin Abdul Manaf, poetry, poets and eloquence began to recite and write poetry.  And the hair began to spread greatly.  Long verses of poetry appeared and spread.  And poetry at that time was like religion and belief they were proud of.



 *Until our Noble Messenger came with the call to Islam and the Noble Qur’an, which predominated poetry and poets with its eloquence and eloquence, the Qur’an made them unable to produce even one of the shortest surahs.




 The first of good and gentle meanings:


 It is Imru' al-Qays who did that.  Qais had great interest in women, as he described them as "the antelope, the oryx, and the eggs."


 It was said about Al-Qays that he is the best of poets because he said what other poets did not say, and the best of them was rare and the first of them was a gesture, and he did not say poetry out of fear or desire.



 * Umru' al-Qays was described as the most famous pre-Islamic poet.


 Among those who were said to be the uncle of the poets of their era, and they are only four: Imru’ al-Qays, Tarfa and al-Nabigha, Muhalhal bin Rabi’ah, whom they consider the first to be the most gentle in poetry and elegies and a liar in poetry, and Hassan bin Thabit.



 Types of poets:


 An old and veteran ignorant person is the one who lived through the pre-Islamic and Islamic era, modernized and Islamic.  It is known that the hair layers were mentioned in poetry books.  Whoever writes poetry is called a poet because he feels what other people do not feel.

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