Ibn Zomroc, the poet and minister of Bani-Alahmar in Andalusia, created several occasional poems in the prophets of Prophet Muhammad, the Messenger of Allah. Since, these occasional poems were recited at Prophet Muhammad’s governmental celebration, they were called Occasional poems (Moledieh). Analyzing the occasional poems shows that Ibn Zomroc puts the certain topics and structures that is repeated in all the occasional poems. In these occasional poems, in addition to lyrical preamble, the poet utilizes two transitional-verse (Takhallos). The first transitional-verse continues from preamble to Prophet’s praise, and the second one from Prophet’s to the praise of the Governor (Amir) holding the celebration of Prophet’s nativity. In the first transitional verse, the poet explains the camel and the caravans’ pilgrimage to Mecca to transmit the poem to its main topic. In the main part of the poem, the poet targets: Muhammadian’s truth, Prophet Muhammad’s eternity, Muhammad as pioneer Messenger, the herald of Divine books of His Arrival, His miracles and intercession. In the transitional verse, praising the Governor (Amir), the poet centralizes the word “Allah” and bonds the praise of Prophet Muhammad and Amir. The recurrence of topics, accomplishment techniques and the pre-determined order of the topics are regarded as the major weak points in the structure of these occasional poems by Ebne Zomroc.