And walking farther, toward this new task in myth, Darwish stumbles onto his ghost, his shadow, the archetypal exile, the wandering human, personified in the pre-Islamic Arab poet Tarafah
Ibn al-Abd (who is also mentioned in Mural, and paired with "existentialists").
The well-bred Tarafah
looked to have needed the run when sixth of 12 to the useful Shahzan House at Sandown recently.
He also provides examples from Alqamah, Antarah, Kab, Tarafah
and Mukhabbal al-Sadi.
The list of poems usually accepted as standard was recorded by Ibn `Abd Rabbihi and names works by Imru' al-Qays, Tarafah
, Zuhayr, Labid, `Antarah, `Amr ibn Kulthum, and al-Harith.