عنوان مقاله [English]
Attar's Mantegh Al-Tair is the story of a group of birds traveling to Mount Qaf led by Hudhud to reach the SimUrQ threshold. In this mystical system, each of the birds represents a group of human beings who travel in search of the truth, and the hardships and sufferings of the path cause one to give up one after the other. At the end of the route, the blackbirds reach Mount Qaf and finally realize that Simurq is, in fact, themselves.Contemporary Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish has also portrayed the achievement of an ideal society and the effort to achieve it in mystical poems, calling it Hudhud. Mysticism and Sufism have not been included and only in the ode discussed by the author, that is, the ode of Hudhud has been influenced by mystical ideas. He has finally stated that Mahmoud Darvish in his poems in many cases has common themes with the Persian poet.