عنوان مقاله [English]
Among both Iranian and Arab countries, there have consistently been poets who have tried assiduously for their homeland’s glory and freedom and have dedicated their poems so as to liberate their nations. Amongst these patriotic poems, Mirzadeh Eshghi, Miqati Al Tranblusi and Saati Al Mesri can be mentioned. They have intended to enlighten general public’s thoughts and to be the voice of their nation against outsiders or corrupt governments. Mirzadeh Eshghi as one of the poets and journalists of the Constitutional Era in Iran, was a revolutionary who utilized his poems as a sharp weapon to express his perspectives and used his poems, writings as well as his language to serve political purposes of his homeland. Miqati and Saati were 19th century poets whose works are considered to reflect their homeland’s illustrations more than any other poets. This study has been done with a descriptive-analytical approach and has benefitted from various books and articles for two main goals: To find common grounds in these poets’ works and to explain their differences in terms of imaginative styles and thoughts and their expressing of patriotic emotions. The results show emergence of people’s spirit from homeland description, modern imagination and differences among the three poems regarding their homeland’s illustrations.