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And he set out towards her with a hundred camels that she had demanded as her dower. He also took a slave with him for help. When they reached a place, and started fetching water for the camels, Imru al Qais noticed that the slave was not able to perform the task properly.
So he helped him. The slave took the opportunity and pushed Imru al Qais into the well. He then took the camels and set out towards the woman. He told the people that he was the man he she her father married her to. But slaughter the camel for him and feed him from its stomach and tail. So they did, and he ate.
They did, and he drank. Then she said, spread the bed for him near the remains and the blood. They did, and he slept without complaint. In the morning, she sent him a few questions. They then found Imru al Qais, and brought him to her. He thus refused to eat. So he refused to sleep and asked them to spread it over the read hilltop. So they made a tent for him there. She then sent word wanting to ask the three questions she had demanded she ask when their marriage was fixed.
And thus he entered upon her. The Poetry of Imru Al Qais What is so incredible about the poetry of Imru al Qais is the stunning imagery with which he expresses his feelings. The poetic devices and styles used by Imru al Qais were not unique to him, but he is often referred to as the father of Arabic poetry as he is said to have invented many of these styles which others imitated after him.
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