|Forever immortalized in history are his poems, many dedicated to war, love, honour and sacrifice||With my seal and Muhannad an Indian sword I have attained greatness not with relatives or great numbers|
|And: For verily I caused calamity for Bani Hurayqa when I stabbed the best of the best||Pre-Islamic Arabian poetry by arguably the greatest pre-Islamic Arabian hero and warrior, Antarah ibn Shaddad|
With her front teeth under the upper lip like lighting flashing through intense darkness.
|A lad dying honourably is better for him than to be a slave looked down upon||If your content amongst the slaves then my aspirations are above the skies|
|" Here is the video with the best voice: My favourite lines: Even if the knights of the Abs tribe disregard my lineage then the teeth of my spear and sword will vouch for me||My dominance is long overdue and my lowliness is a thing of the past|
And choose for yourself a rank, you will be lofty in or die honourably under the shade of the Qustal tree.
|For verily I caused calamity for Bani Hurayqa when I stabbed the best of the best||And what is strange is your esteem and my lowliness! Life being humiliated is like Hell and Hell while honoured is a better place|
|And when your tested with an oppressor then become a oppressor — and when you meet an ignorant, then get ignorant|
And when the coward tries to prevent you on a frightful day — fearing for you the outnumbering crowd.6