Additional pairings in the love poetry of the pre-Islamic poets


  • Abbas Saadi Department of Arabic Language and Literature - Lorestan University - Khorramabad - Iran
  • Dr. Syed Mahmoud Mirzaei Al-Husseini Associate Professor, Arabic Language and Literature Branch, Lorestan University, Khorramabad, Iran
  • Dr. Ali Akbar Maradian Ghobadi Assistant Professor, Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Lorestan University, Khorramabad, Iran



additional pairings, indication, beauty, Pre-Islamic Poetry, love


Additional pairings are the additional structures that consist of two utterances from two different semantic fields, in the form of the genitive and the genitive, and give poetry semantic and aesthetic values, and affect the listener deeply; Therefore, it increases the semantic effect in conveying meanings. Love poetry is a model for this effect in conveying thoughts and feelings, which crystallize through analogy, metaphor, metaphor, and metaphor. And love is one of the noblest and purest human relations ever. Its synonyms have a prominent place in the poetry of the pre-Islamic poets. This research was built on the basis of the descriptive analytical approach, with the help of some applied models from the poetry of the pre-Islamic poets, trying to explain the role played by the term (love) in their poetry, explaining its connotations. the many. Since auxiliary conjunctions have a fundamental role in constructing the text and its suggestive and aesthetic connotations, this research sought to answer the following question: What is the role played by auxiliary conjunctions in highlighting the beauty and expanding the significance in the conjunctions that center around love? Through this research, we reached results, the most important of which is that it becomes clear to us that the genitive is sensible and the genitive is abstract in most cases. Pre-Islamic poets employed a lot of semantic pairings meaning love, including: the mares of boyhood and its rides indicate the motives and desires of souls, “the heat of youth, the fire of love, the fire of air and the fire of passion, which indicates the indifference of his beloved to him.” Friendliness” denotes the connection and relationship between the two parties. And the combination of “the army of longing” indicates the domination of longing over the poet, and the conjunction of “fire of longing” indicates the intensity and heat of longing. And the degree of technique in it is less than his mental image


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How to Cite

Saadi, Abbas, et al. “Additional Pairings in the Love Poetry of the Pre-Islamic Poets”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 45, Oct. 2021, pp. 249-74, doi:10.36317/kaj/2020/v1.i45.1735.

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