Write about Rudaki and his Poetry. Pick one of his poems and talk about what it means to you and explain its message and then conclude with appreciating the Persian culture.
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The poem “On the death of the Amir’s father” is one of the preserved Elegies written by Rudaki. The song was composed for Amir Ahmad ibn Ismail, who was the principal benefactor of Rudaki’s work.
The text speaks of the immense sorrow and pain that is brought upon a person when someone who they love dies. The author imprints on the hardship that surrounds those that are left behind, when he writes “Even if you wail until the day of reckoning, How can wailing...