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The lyric poetry collection Khurshid and Kharaman is the love story of Khurshid, an Eastern Prince, and Kharaman, daughter of a Chinese Emperor. This collection is composed in local language (Gorani Kurdish dialect) in the form of manuscripts that are found among the noble families in such regions as south of Kurdistan, Kermanshah, north of Ilam, Asad Abad in Hamedan province, and west of Lorestan. The literati of these regions recognize Almas Khan-e Kanoule'ei, the great poet of the twelfth century in Hijri calendar, as the poet of the collection. Although people are interested in epic and lyric poems of this kind, and these poems were once quoted in their circles, little has been done to collect, and publish these scripts. The present study aims to introduce the lyric poetry collection Khurshid and Kharaman using a descriptive-analytical approach. First, a short biography of Almas Khan is presented. After that, a summary of the story is given. Next, a brief look is cast on the structure and content of this collection including: its formal elements (form, rhyme, row, and descriptions), type and elements of the story (point of view, character, tone, space, marvel elements, dialogue, and suspense). Finally, the collection is compared with other lyric and lyric-epic poetry collections in Persian literature.