The rhythm of blackness and whiteness in the prose poem The poetry of Jamal Jassim and Abdul Amir Jaris as a model
Keywords:blackness, whiteness, omission, Jamal Jassim, Abdul-Amir Jars.
The hollow white lines that give rise to contemplation and call upon the recipient are rather an activation of the reader's imagination and the interaction of reading, and they are part of the recipient's contribution to authorship as another producer of the text. And revealing his artistic aesthetics by which he rises poetically, and we sometimes find a fragmentation of the word, through which the writer seeks to delude the recipient in combining individual syllables, and this is what the writers of the modern text wanted to communicate by receiving the text. In general, the void that occurs between the interpretation of the uttered sentence and the decoding of the void makes the receiver an integral part of the receiving process, as it is the last link that receives and carries out the task of interpretation, regardless of the extent to which the poet’s idea matches what is being interpreted by the receiver. No one was able to arrive at interpretations or try to decipher the codes that the two poets tried to invest in their texts, which were evidence of what we went to. The ellipsis technique in the modern text, especially in the prose poem, reflects the poet's ability to multiply the connotations, in addition to that it constitutes a stylistic feature of the poet through his use of the techniques of the modern text and his understanding of the necessities and function of each of these techniques. The pauses symbolized by the ellipses are one of the mechanisms of the internal rhythm of the modern prose poem. Blackness and whiteness have an alternating presence on the space of the page for poets, which results in a rhythmic alternation that contributes to enhancing the overall significance of the text