Document Type : Articles


1 Doctor of Arabic Language and Literature and University Lecturer

2 Assistant Professor, Department of Persian Language and Literature, Razi University, Kermanshah

3 Assistant Professor, Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Razi University, Kermanshah



Poetry, in addition to expressing the poet's inner feelings and emotions, is a translation of his teachings that are expressed in different ways in the language. In this way, the Holy Quran and its valuable concepts, as one of the religious teachings, have had a significant role in the works of poets of each period and have given a special sanctity to their language. Ahmad Azizi is one of the poets who is influenced by the word of revelation in his poems and has combined the literary aspects of Quranic verses with his poetic texts and has presented novel images to his audience. What we will explain in this research with an analytical-descriptive method is the study of how Ahmad Azizi was able to apply the Qur'anic teachings in the context of his poems? And how successful is he in this field? The results of this study show that Ahmad Azizi skillfully used the contents, compositions, themes, thoughts, characters and events of the Qur'an in the service of modern thoughts inspired by the subtleties in the heavenly verses; He also has given a special effect to his poetic language, while the poet sometimes contented himself with the interaction between the "absent text" and the "present text", in which the role of creativity is not very significant.


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