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The separation of any person from family and friends is an experience that generates a feeling of sadness and loneliness. This is the result of causes outside human will. So, the bitter conditions that the two poets, Masood Saad-e Salman and Al-Mutamid Bin Abbad, have lived through In the days they spent in prison have led them to compose poems that express their emotions about life. The Poetry of Masood Saad-e Salman about prison is called " Habsiat" and that of Al-Mutamid Bin Abbad is called " Osariyat". These poems are characterized by features which make them a special kind of literature. This article tries to survey and study the prison poetry of these two poets, one Persian and one an Arab. The results of this study show the correlation of the two texts. There are common themes in the poems of Masood Saad-e Salman and Al-Mutamid Bin Abbad, is driven by a common attitude about life by these two poets while in prison. The question which is posed here and we are going to answer, is, What are the most important common points which cause us to compare these two poets? This is: what we will try to answer through a review of the similarities in their poetic works.
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