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Lamentation in the poetry of pre-Islamic era and the


Poetry of isl am ice ra
Athraa Audi
ABSTRACT
The purpose behind lamentation during the pre-Islam era was weeping , crying and
feeling sorry for somebody's death , if this one died murdered or normally .
Poets used to mention his good merits, behavior and morals
and his proper dealing.
But the lamentation took a big turning during the Islamic era because the Islamic
religion changed the people's spirits and polished them. It made the man believes in his
destiny. And so lamentation was almost bereaved during that era, except the lamentation
)of Prophet Mohammed (Allah's blessings upon him

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