Everything in the existence has cried for the tragedy of Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him). And as confirmed by the Quranic texts and the historical narratives, as well as present facts, the phenomenon of crying over al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) and recalling his trials is not specific to human beings.
It is narrated that Imam as-Sadeq (Allah's prayers be upon him) said: "Verily when Aba Abdillah, al-Hussayn Ibn Ali (peace be upon both of them) died, the seven heavens, the seven earth, everything between them, everyone which circulates around them, Paradise, Hell, and everything that Our Lord has created, from among that which can be seen and that which cannot be seen, (all) cried over him."
And Ibn Mandhour has quoted in "Mukhtasar Tarikh dimachq [The brief of the Damascus history]": "When al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) was killed, no stone was moved in Bayt al-Maqdis without seeing fresh blood under it."
There is no limit to the narratives in this area, which confirm the fact that the status of Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) is unimaginable, and he has specificities that no one else has, and it is not surprising that everything in the universe cries over him. So what about a stone that was put in the shrine's wall of he about whom Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) said after his martyrdom: "Now, my back has broken."
And the visitor of the shrine of the Standard-Bearer of al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) and the Commander of his army; his brother Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him) in these days, he would sense this with his mind and senses. Wherever his eyesight falls, he finds the beating fragrance of Ashura, through the atmosphere of the Ashura sadness translated by the Sewing Division at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, which took upon itself to illuminate the holy sanctuary with black and unique designs, all of which are beating with expressions: "O Hussayn, O Abbas, O Zaynab" embroidered on the black banners that decorated the walls of the holy sanctuary of the Master Aba al-Fadl, deriving from their light the shine of glory and eternity.
The Iwans of the holy shrine and their surroundings were covered with black banners, all embroidered with Ashura expressions, in addition to poems' verses and words of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him) in the timeless incident of at-Taf, as well as the words of the Imams (peace be upon them) about them.