Qays ibn al-Mullawah Biography | Poet
Majnun Layla (Arabic : Majnun Layla, "Possessed by madness for Layla") also referred to as (Persian : Leyli o Majnun, "The Madman and Layla" in Persian) is a love story that originated as a short, anecdotal poem in ancient Arabia, later significantly expanded and popularized in a literary adaptation by the Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi who also wrote Khosrow and Shirin. It is the third of his five long narrative poems, Khamsa (the Quintet).
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