Rain in the pre-Islamic poetry with special reference to the selected poems by Imru al-Qays

Tengku Ghani T Jusoh, Mudasir Rosder, Anwar Muttaqin, Mohd Irman Mohd Abd Nasir, Abdul Qayyum Abdul Razak, Allawati Kasri, Khazri Osman, Mohd Nasir Omar, Ideris Endot, Siti Nurulizza Hashim, Nabihah Liyana Salan

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Rain is naturally the basic sources and a part and partial for the creature or human being to live especially in the desert or barren land. Sometimes, it is generally functioning as a destructive element or the fertilityof soil. Imru al-Qays the prominent pre-Islamic poet has poetically portrayed the rain in his Diwan(anthology). I have hemistically selected his emotional poems and energetic lines by translating and analyzing it. I also systematically have compartmentalized the rain into the two sections. It is categorically based on the power of rain as a destructive part or as an element for fertile-region. In the destructive factor, the rain has heavily poured water down around Kutayfah tossed down the lofty trees of al-Kanahbul and caused the white-footed goats to descend from their haunts by every path, the trunk of palm tree in Tayma, Thabir the great-one dressed in striped clothes, the peak of Mujaymir like the whirl of spindle and the birds of prey are drowned in the furthest parts of the desert of Jiwa'. Moreover, the rain also naturally caused the fertily of barren land - The poet has successfully described the fertility of the soil by versing the clouds poured down what it contained on the desert of Ghabit as the whistling birds of desert of Jiwa' are given an early draught, the black clouds rain continuously and has been generous to it, the rats by the pool of stagnating water in the level plain, running on the hard desert ground, the rain also hits Qataytayn, the valley of al-Badi and ends up at 'Arid, a broad and fertile region-torrent of rain in an expansive plain and at the end of the line Imru al-Qays poetically prayed his sister watered by rain, visiting her means covering a great distance except that is for poetry.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)490-493
Number of pages4
JournalAdvances in Natural and Applied Sciences
Volume6
Issue number3 SPECL.ISSUE 2
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2012

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Keywords

  • Imru al-Qays
  • Pre-Islamic poetry
  • Rain

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Jusoh, T. G. T., Rosder, M., Muttaqin, A., Nasir, M. I. M. A., Razak, A. Q. A., Kasri, A., ... Salan, N. L. (2012). Rain in the pre-Islamic poetry with special reference to the selected poems by Imru al-Qays. Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences, 6(3 SPECL.ISSUE 2), 490-493.

Rain in the pre-Islamic poetry with special reference to the selected poems by Imru al-Qays. / Jusoh, Tengku Ghani T; Rosder, Mudasir; Muttaqin, Anwar; Nasir, Mohd Irman Mohd Abd; Razak, Abdul Qayyum Abdul; Kasri, Allawati; Osman, Khazri; Omar, Mohd Nasir; Endot, Ideris; Hashim, Siti Nurulizza; Salan, Nabihah Liyana.

In: Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 3 SPECL.ISSUE 2, 01.2012, p. 490-493.

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Jusoh, TGT, Rosder, M, Muttaqin, A, Nasir, MIMA, Razak, AQA, Kasri, A, Osman, K, Omar, MN, Endot, I, Hashim, SN & Salan, NL 2012, 'Rain in the pre-Islamic poetry with special reference to the selected poems by Imru al-Qays', Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences, vol. 6, no. 3 SPECL.ISSUE 2, pp. 490-493.
Jusoh TGT, Rosder M, Muttaqin A, Nasir MIMA, Razak AQA, Kasri A et al. Rain in the pre-Islamic poetry with special reference to the selected poems by Imru al-Qays. Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences. 2012 Jan;6(3 SPECL.ISSUE 2):490-493.
Jusoh, Tengku Ghani T ; Rosder, Mudasir ; Muttaqin, Anwar ; Nasir, Mohd Irman Mohd Abd ; Razak, Abdul Qayyum Abdul ; Kasri, Allawati ; Osman, Khazri ; Omar, Mohd Nasir ; Endot, Ideris ; Hashim, Siti Nurulizza ; Salan, Nabihah Liyana. / Rain in the pre-Islamic poetry with special reference to the selected poems by Imru al-Qays. In: Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences. 2012 ; Vol. 6, No. 3 SPECL.ISSUE 2. pp. 490-493.
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