The value of phonetic significance in the internal rhythm of hunting and expulsion poetry in the Abbasid era as a model


  • Prof. Dr. Ohood Hussein Jabr Kufa Studies Center
  • Fatima Abdel Zaid University of Kufa - College of Education for Girls



rhythm, Repetition, Alliteration, Phonetic indication, expulsion


This research will study the semantic value in the internal rhythm: which is the music within the poetic text, as the poet can through it make the text more harmonious, suggestive, and influential on the recipient, in his choice of homogeneous, non-discordant words in the poetic text, and the poet must have tools to rely on to achieve what he wants of internal music. . Among the most important of these tools: repetition, and it forms a musical melody through the harmony generated by the repetition of the partial units that make up the whole. It responds in a variety of ways, including repetition of sounds, repetition of words, and repetition of phrases. The other tool is anaphora, which is one of the most important pillars of the internal rhythm. It is based on the poet's ability to rely on matching letters and manipulating their numbers. And there is counterpoint, which is another tool, as it performs an aesthetic function through which it gives the house harmony between words and meanings, as it is of two sides, each side is against the opposite side. Sometimes it creates an important argument. A broader instrument comes from the counterpoint, which is the counterpoint, and the poet performs it by conducting "antiphons" that give the house a more wonderful musical "theme" than what gives it the solo counterpoint. And there is a tool to restore the deficit on the chest, and the poet refers to the word that appeared in the chest of the verse to end his impotence, providing a nice musical value that is endearing to the same recipient. The poet relies on rotation to give the verse continuity, through which he tries to mitigate the severity of the disconnection of the first part from the second. And the last tool is embedding, and the poet implements it to connect the verse with the one that follows it, in order to reduce the clapping disconnect between the verse and the one that follows it, and it is not enough to connect the two halves in one verse. We have made an effort in this research in order to reach a satisfactory stage, and we ask God for success, and our last prayer is that praise be to God, Lord of the Worlds.


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Jabr, Ohood, and Fatima Abdel Zaid. “The Value of Phonetic Significance in the Internal Rhythm of Hunting and Expulsion Poetry in the Abbasid Era As a Model”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 49, Oct. 2021, pp. 81-108, doi:10.36317/kaj/2021/v49.i1.1566.

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