Imām Muḥammad bin Alī ash-Shawkānī:

an-Naqqāsh mentioned that the companions of the philosopher al-Kindī said to him: “O’ wise one, make for us something similar to the Qurʾān” to which he said: “Okay, I will make something similar to a part of it.” He secluded himself for many days, then came out and said: “By Allāh, I can’t, and no one is able to do so. I opened the muṣḥaf at Ṣūrat al-Māidah and read, finding that he speaks of fulfilling promises and prohibited breaking them, he made a general declaration of lawfulness, then an exception to an exception, then mentioned his vast ability and wisdom in two lines, and no one is able to come with this.