The Poet Omar was an alias of the Sultan Harun Al-Rashid used to interact with his people and others outside the palace.
Poetry of OmarEdit
- Day 3
- Day 7
(seen at the Fountain Plaza, and forgets his purse)
- Day 11
- Day 16
The Emir had a brother, who quickly took the throne but the Shadow lurking under soon was known For the Katta were exiled, and Rasir was then defiled, By the rules and regulation that were shown
The Sultan sent his men to restore Raseir to right But they did not even have a chance to fight, For as they crossed the land, a tremendous storm of sand, Forced his forces to retreat from their plight.
The moral of this story as the best of tales must tell Of the horrors of the orders that befell, Is the simple corollary that the Hero must be wary, 'Ere He journeys to that Shadow's Citadel, And we bid him luck and wish him to fare well
So now the rumour's told of the city of Raseir, That the Darkness shadows everything in fear And He that now does rule has the Emir as his tool, Disobedience brings punishment severe. </verse>