The Aesthetics of the Internal Rhythm of Mr. Jaafar Al-Hilli in Diwan of The Magic of Babel and The song of nightingales


  • Wissam Hamza Hadi Al-Zarkani Al-Husseini University Of Mazandaran Faculty of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages
  • Behrouz Gurbanzadeh University Of Mazandaran Faculty of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages
  • Hussein Yousfi University Of Mazandaran Faculty of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages


aesthetics, internal rhythm, poetic discourse, Mr. Jaafar Al-Hilli, the magic of Babel and the saj’ of the bulbul


The inner rhythm that is considered the artistic depth of the modern poem, Rhetoric scholars depict it as a vessel into which the poet pours all the rich imagination and creative ideas of his heart, To mold it into a template full of beauty, And that the students of the origins of the Arabic vertical poem, When they began to study rhythmic structures, They examined the relationship between poetry and music, An attempt by them to reveal the inner rhythms of poetic texts, They directed their attention towards the relationship of sounds with meanings and images and the rhythm of phrases, In addition to the renewal of the musical rhythm through the diversity of poetic phenomena, and if the external rhythm is naturally subject to knotting and modeling, the internal rhythm is not subject to its nature, This makes each poetic text integrated with its own internal rhythm. From here, the researcher seeks to identify the aesthetics of the inner rhythm in the collection of poetry of Mr. Jaafar al-Hali (The Magic of Babel and the Saj’a al-Balabel), What is its importance in the structure of its text and architecture?, What are the manifestations of that rhythm, which is described as internal?, To trace the components of the poetic text that helped in the rhythmic diversity besides (weight and rhyme), By examining the inner rhythm in his poems, Being the vessel prepared to receive everything that would enrich the aesthetic and artistic aspects, To reveal the effectiveness of the internal rhythm in the poetic text, It concludes that the most important characteristics of the poetic text is its celebration of the rhythmic aspect, And it is distinguished by the internal poetic music resulting from the use of the overlap between the letter and the other letter, This has a major role in the formation and intonation of the text's music This is what we will find in repetition, alliteration, subtraction, and balancing, All of which are elements that contributed to the popularity of the poem and the enhancement of its lyricism.