Al-A'ma al-Tutili (or Abu l-Abbas Ahmad ibn Abd Allah ibn Hurayra al-Absi al-A'ma al-Tutili) (died 1126) was a Muwallad poet born in Tudela in Al-Andalus. Al-A'ma' means 'the blind one' and 'Tutili' means 'from Tudela'. He was raised in Seville there he gained talent in poetry, he later lived in Murcia. He died young. He was one of the best-known strophic poets and songwriters (Muwashshaha and Zajal) of the Almoravid period in Al-Andalus (1091–1145) and competed with Ibn Bajjah in witty compositions at the court of Ibn TIfilwit, the Almoravid governor in Saragossa. He wrote panegyrics to both the Almoravids in al-Andalus and the Banu Kasim in Alpuente (Al-Sahla) and was famous for his love poems. Especially well-known is the elegy he wrote on the death of his wife, whom he invokes by the name of Amina.
^Dar al-Tiraz: Hulwu l-majani is a panegyric on the occasion of the accession of Ali ben Yusuf b. Tashufin to the office of Amir al-Muslimin (Samuel Miklos Stern, Hispano-Arabic strophic poetry:studies, Clarendon Press, 1974, p. 100)
^Emilio Garcia Gómez, In praise of boys: Moorish poems from al-Andalus, 1975, p.25