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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Persian poetry is influenced by historical, mystical, mythological supports. The influence of these elements in the poems of contemporary poets can be seen more than other periods, and the reason for this is the popularity of today's poetry. Poetry is tied to the myth, and the myth contributes to the flourishing of poetry and multiplicity of the work; in the Holy Quran, many concepts are expressed in the form of symbols and allegories. The presence of these parables, in fact, makes the concepts more understandable to the mind of the audience. The mystical stories, which are often pseudo-allegorical or narrative, have benefited from this Qur'anic style, especially in interpreting the Qur'anic stories. The most famous mysterious stories in the Holy Qur'an are the prophets' stories that the poets have paid attention to in their works and have explicitly or unambiguously decoded. The main purpose of this article is to investigate the manifestation of mystical and mythological references in the works of Mohammad Biabani. Biabani involves streaks of mysticism in his works, in this normative and anti-Semitic process. Besides the fate of authenticity and decency and the tradition of being Iranian, his poetry takes on the color and the smell of modernity and clarity and novelty. His concepts, themes and messages are fresh even with mystical elements. This paper deals with the mystical forms of Biabani's poetry in a descriptive-analytical method.