who is the first to tell poems

It is said that the first person who said poetry on the face of the earth was Adam, peace be upon him, and he said poetry hereditary for his son Abel when his brother Cain killed him, so he said

My eyes cried, and she cried, and her eyes shed tears.

What is the best for me to shed tears and Abel included in the shrine?

Cain threw his brother Abel, and one of them fell into the dust with a bright face.

The country has changed, and the face of the earth is dusty and cloudy.

Change every taste and color for your loss, O Sobeih, O Melih

O Abel, if you are killed, I will be upon you for a long time.

You are the life of all those on earth, and they have lost you, soul and wind

And you are the most likely fate, O eloquent, sound, rather sublime

You’re not dead, you’re alive, and the wretched Cain is the one who is lost.

On him is wrath from the Lord of creation, and you have to submit sincerely

Then Satan answered him, saying:

You mourn over the country and those on it, and in Paradise, the vast is fed up with you

You and your husband were with her in bliss from the Lord, and your heart is at ease.

I deceived you in my cunning and then deceiving you until you missed the good life

This and it has been said that Qahtan bin Yarub was the first to say poetry from among the Arabs, and no poems were received from him

It was also reported that the first to say poetry was Al-Anbar bin Amr bin Tamim

It is worth mentioning that poetry has enjoyed a prestigious and high status among the Arabs of the pre-Islamic era, to the extent that their poems were their sacred gospels. Except for the Arabs, and the Gospels here mean the poems

And this narration is very much in agreement with what has been said that poetry is the domain of the Arabs. Poetry is their immortal record that narrates their customs, traditions and noble morals, and tells about them, carries them, establishes them and looks at them, as it was the Arabs, Abu Tammam said in this

And if it wasn’t for her age of poetry, I wouldn’t know where the dew came from

The purposes of poetry for the Arabs varied between lamentation, satire, praise, flirtation, apology, pride, and others.

Poetry scholars say: “The poets in the old days used to say a few verses when needed, and there was not yet a concept of the poem.” As time progressed, the verses diversified and their number increased, and there was a diversity in the poets’ methods of poetry, and poems appeared after that when experience and practice increased and thought progressed, and there were long poems that we know.

Among the sayings of Al-Asma’i is that the first narration of a poem of thirty lines was by Muhalhal, and after him was Dhu’ayb bin Ka’b, then a man from Bani Kinana called Damrah.

And there is Ibn Qutayba, who said that poetry began with the words of Duwaid bin Nahd Al-Quda’i:

Today, Dowd builds his house, if eternity would have worn it out

Or was my horn one enough to suffice it, O Lord, to plunder what is good for it?

who is the first to tell poems