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The Seven Golden Odes of Pagan Arabia: Known Also as the Moallakat
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
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Abla allusion Amr Ibn Hind Amr Ibn Kolthum ancient anger Arabia Arabs asked bade Bahreyn Bedouin Bekr blood boasting Caliph camels chief Christian colocynth couplet curtain dark daughter dawn day-dawn death deeds desert Dobiin English Euphrates eyes fair father fear feast fled gazelle Ghassan Ghatafan girl Golden Odes hands Harith hath Hejaz Hejr herd Hind's honour horse horsemen howdah Imr-el-Kais Islam Kaaba King of Hfra Kings of Kfndi LADY ANNE BLUNT lord M6ndir M6rra Malek Mardak mares Moallakdt Mohammed Abdu mother naga neck Nefuds Nejd night noble Nose pierced ostrich Pagan Arabs pasture peace poem poet pre-Islamic Prince proud recited riding sand Shammar Sheykh slain slave slay slew sons spears stand stood succour Sulma sweet swift swords Taghleb Tarafa tariba tent thee thou translators tribal tribe vengeance verse wife wild wine word Yemen Zoheyr