عنوان مقاله [English]
Mirzā Muhammad-ali Sāeb (1601/02-1677) also called Sāeb Tabrizi, is the celebrated Persian poet whose reputation is based primarily on some 300,000 couplets. His “Indian style” verses reveal an elegant wit, a gift for aphorism and proverb, and a keen appreciation of philosophical and intellectual exercise.
Even though mystical symbols and ideas are prevalent in his poetry, it has not received enough attention. This article tries to study the mystical concepts, like annihilation, oneness of being, as well as death, in his poetry.