The Silent Nature of Ibn al - Roumi 's Poetry: Psychological Significance




symbol, silent nature, Ibn al-Rumi, psychological connotations


The symbol of Ibn al-Rumi's poetry reveals profound psychological connotations hidden under the shadows of silent nature and its elements, through which he expressed himself and his troubled mind, which ranged from pessimism, in the most of his poetry, and optimism. This search demonstrates the symbol that the poet goes through, which has two aspects: one negative, is most often the life of the misfortune, suffering from loss, grief and his psychological and temporal alienation. The other side is the positive, is the times of joy, enjoyment and pleasure away from all the calamities and woes that occur in the community.  His first concern was to mourn the beautiful nature amid joy, fun and compassion carried him from nostalgia and memories. These symbols were employed through the elements of silent nature, which was his first refuge in most of aspects of his life and circumstances using the imagination and the beautiful style, relying on the diagnosis in most of it.


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How to Cite

Alamar, A. (2019). The Silent Nature of Ibn al - Roumi ’s Poetry: Psychological Significance. Journal of Social Sciences (COES&Amp;RJ-JSS), 8(3), 386–398.