Abu Nuwas (c. 750 – c. 810), Arab poet; Libertine pederast, lived in Baghdad during the reigns of Caliphs Harun al-Rashid and Muhammad al-Amin. His poetry describes a life of debauchery, wine, boys and women.
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You, mad to expect repentance, tear your robe all you want; I will never repent!
You, mad, expect, robe, never, repent
I bought abandon dear and sold all piety for pleasure. My own free spirit I have followed, and never will I give up lust.
bought, abandon, dearAnd, sold, piety, own, free, spirit, never
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