Poetic components in Abdul K. Sabawi's poem (The ink flower is black) Stylistic Analytical Study

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Khader Moh. Abu Jahjouh, Assoc. Prof. Dr



The present study aims to approach poem (The ink flower is black) , witch written in English by the Palestinian poet Abdul K. Sabawi, and exploring the features of the poetic image, and analyzed using the descriptive approach, and  stylistic analysis, with an emphasis on the aesthetics of style, such as semiotics of title, symbol, repetition, binaries contrasting, personification, and scene. The study also sheds light on the use of rhyme, both external and internal rhymes, because the rhyme enriches the musical rhythm of the text, and  it opens the horizons of anticipation to the recipient, so that he can delve into the meanings of the poetic style, and explore its poetic and aesthetic components.

key words: Sabawi, personification, symbol, scene, stylistic analysis, binaries contrasting

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