A graphic and vocal study of Adnan Al-Sayegh’s poetry, Diwan “And” as an example


  • Ahmed Makki Khalil University of Religions and Sects Department of Arabic Language and Literature Work location: Diwaniyah - Supervision Department
  • Ali Reda Hosni Assistant Professor in the Department of Arabic Language and Literature Faculty of Humanities - Kawsar Bojnord University – Iran


rhetoric, vocal collections, Adnan Al-Sayegh, Diwan and


The poet Adnan Al-Sayegh is considered a great poet, a brilliant writer, and a creative poet. He is considered one of the poets who preserved the poetic form in Iraq, and Al-Sayegh was distinguished by his poetic maturity and the easy, smooth style that is close to the heart that is beloved by the listeners. Again, in vocabulary, words, the language of poetry, and in the forms of poetry, he surpassed Al-Sayyab, Al-Bayati, and Nizar. This is what the thinker Madani Saleh sees. He is a true poet who used... Language is used to reveal and crystallize experience and is a tool for deep, predictive vision that explores the self and the world around it. The researcher dealt with this study entitled (a graphic and vocal study in Adnan Al-Sayegh’s poetry, a collection as a model), in which he touched on the poet’s life, his environment, the importance of his poetry and its characteristics, and revealed the cultural sources that he relied on in composing In his literary text, we noticed the poet’s extensive knowledge in various fields and intellectual and cognitive diversity. This study was carried out on the inductive, descriptive, and analytical approach. In conclusion, we obtained several results, including: Adnan Al-Sayegh’s poetic language was characterized by magnificence, smoothness, elegance, ease, and flexibility in performance. In terms of graphic images, there was consistency. It is complete through simile, metaphor, and metonymy, and the collection was dominated by images of simile and metaphor, and on the vocal side, the poet employed repetition, introduction, and delay to create the musical rhythm in the text and to maintain the vocal level, in addition to the role of alliteration of its types in giving the text beautiful music that pleases the souls and attracts the recipient to the text through The echo formed by the similarity of sounds in homogeneous words. Homogeneity also increased in the connotations of the text through the variation in meanings of similar and homogeneous words in Al-Sayegh’s texts and his poems in the collection. His revolutionary and enthusiastic poetic texts were shaped by voiced and strong sounds, while the texts expressing feelings and sensations were dominated by medium and soft sounds.