عنوان مقاله [English]
Comperative literature deals with the comparison and balance between literary works and this article is an adaptive attempt to express some of the common themes in the works of Salman Herati, the Persian poet, and the Arabic poet Badr Shaker al-Sayab, the Arabic poet. Both poets have loved their homeland and portrayed it as a living creature. Salman Harati is interwoven intellect and love and spirituality in the description of the homeland. The two poets complain about the neglect of the people in their poems and at the same time give them the promise of a better and brighter future. Salman Herati brings hope to future with the concept of expectation, and al-Sayab, utilizing the symbol of rain, reflects this hope. Badr Shaker al-Sayyab and Salman Herati help to express what they can't say explicitly from various symbols such as night, rain, animals, etc. This is more complexity in Sayyab's poems since he did it with myths.