The extraordinary and exemplary resistance that Kahramanmaras demonstrated in the national battle was the source of epic / didactic poetry in the following years. This historical event was subject to poetry by famous poets such as Gülten Akın, Niyazi Yıldırım Gençosmanoğlu, Dilaver Cebeci, Halide Nusret Zorlutuna and Behçet Kemal Cağlar, as well as many non-Marash poets. Foremost, Maraş’ın ve Ökkeş’in Destanı and there are lot of local a saga written by local poets. In Kahramanmaraş, there are four topics for sagas to tell national struggle. There are Sütçü İmam event, the event of flag, the sermon of Rıdvan Hoca in Ulu Cami the other national events have got in local poems. While most of the poetry included the name Sütçü İmam, it was followed by Aslan Bey, Senem Ayşe, Abdal Halil, Rıdvan Hoca, Aşıklıoğlu Hüseyin, Onbaşı Osman, Çuhadar Ali and Çakmakçı Sait. Other heroes took part in poems with their roles and contributions in national struggle. In almost all of his poems, the passion for the freedom, religion, honor and flag of the Turkish nation in the person of Maraşlın was given as a message. The national struggle in these poems contributed to Marash ‘s prestige gain and the formation of Marashian type.