عنوان مقاله [English]
In general, poetry is divided into two domains of form and meaning. The form of the poetry is built up of language, images, music and the external and internal structure. The meaning of the poetry is a reflection of the view of the world, attitude and the experiences of the poet. Each of the different literary eras paid attention to just one of the two domains. For the Khorasani, Iraqi and the contemporary poets following Nima's style the profound philosophical, spiritual and social meaning of their poems was important, on the other hand for the poets following Indian and some of the contemporary styles such as Moje Now and post modern the form became important. The Indian style of poetry is the only one which has maintained its place in countries other than Iran. The critical analysis of this period can show the reasons behind the rise and fall of its golden era.
The present article discusses four hypotheses on the lack of meaning considerations, especially in the second generation of the followers of the Indian style that became famous after Saeb Tabrizi.