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The language on this poem is simply luscious (as is common in classical arabic literature). Is it allegory? :D
I tend to think not, though I have difficulty accepting that level of interest in one's camel.

For credit's sake, the author of this poem is Tarafah ibn al-'Abd. This poem, along with classical and modern literature selections, may also be found in the Arabic section of the Cornell library.

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