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Thus, the first strophe presets the theme of the unknowable perfection of the beloved and love torments relating to this. A refrain has the following form: It is only in the beginnings of retelling of this particular concert that I began to see a larger picture of my life.

Speaking of that base, one can not help mentioning another great poet of Andalusia – Arabic-speaking Ibn-Hazm and, first of all, his main work ‘The Ring of the Dove’, a medieval love tractate. As most of the classical ghazals are about taamrit in nature, then the morphology of a ghazal in some degree can be interpreted, speaking in a boring language, as the morphology of a communicative activity.

I was watching her reach for it, pull it out of the air.

El Diván del Tamarit, poems by Lorca, translated into English

Por la calle abajo van los tres galanes, ay, ay, ay. All three ghazals, mixed with love works, are about a boy’s death. Por los arrayanes se pasea nadie.

Before interpreting the nature of classical oriental ghazal poetics as the “zero level” for understanding Lorca’s ghazalsit must be said that such an internal incongruity is found in all formal genres of a ghazal. There are no traditional poles here, no traditionally presented colorful images, and no other attributes of the ghazal technique. This is a variation of redif of the ghazal, its invariable part.

Casida de las palomas oscuras Por las ramas del laurel van dos palomas oscuras. Rhyming in the form of a-a, b-a, c-a, etc. Estanques, aljibes y fuentes levantaban al aire sus espadas.


I never did go see his paintings, and he saluted me with his enormous laughter and smile the day we left, with our luggage in a donkey cart. La una era la otra y la muchacha era ninguna. It is also noteworthy that ‘nobody’ in the first strophe is personified here into ‘a thousand Persian horsemen’, while the st is the lyric hero himself.

The image of the beloved again falls apart into a body, blood, veins and lips, but now a nestling of love is dead in these lips, as the torn garden is dying in the agony of spirit. If one adheres to the cyclical understanding of ghazal composition building with emphasizing the semantic center – ‘nukte’, as Ya.

Divan del Tamarit

And finally, it is the last ghazal in ‘Divan del Tamarit’ – ‘The Ghazal about the Morning Market’- which synthesizes the problems of almost all preceding ghazals of the cycle.

In other words, there tamqrit a kind of extravert and introvert ways of expression here. Hence it can be concluded that only love gives an impetus to tamsrit, only in love there are nights and days, and that it is the overcoming of timelessness of death. It is also worth mentioning that as a rule, there is determinism, there is time’s non-linearity within a baytand this is them which prepare a break through twmarit time’s one-dimensionality to a certain volume of time.

Thus, let us note this duality and internal contradictoriness of constructing space and time in the ghazal.

The next ghazal – ‘About the dead child’ – as well as two others – ‘About dark death’ and ‘About escape’ – stay somewhat aloof in this love cycle.

After all, love in Sufism is both a means and a target for comprehending the Absolute. Gacela del mercado matutino. How would I know this trip to Fez would complete such a cycle? Ul parvarish hajridankim yig’ladim devonvor, Kimsa bormukin anga kurganda kulgu kelmadi. The second strophe further develops the theme: By now the route between lodging and music venue was a softly patted trail, weaving among vendors and street carts, the sights and smells and sounds.


Divan del Tamarit | work by García Lorca |

This contradiction is perhaps the meaning forming tamsrit of a ghazal as a poetic form, engendering its emotional charge and tension. Combined with the Vela bell’s striking and comparisons of Granada at first with the moon that is immovable and undistinguishable in oranges, and then with a whirling weathercock rose, and a chamois, this variable represents implantation of all the mentioned into an elusive body; breathing into this imperceptible body of love.

Such is a high light of indescribable love. Since this theme – Aruz in the Uzbek, or broader, in Turkic poetry – is the subject of another research both already conducted and still to be conducted, we are going to mention only several aspects tamwrit are of interest to us.

Anyhow, before turning to its analysis, one should assume that ‘Divan’ of the ghazals itself is built according to the rules of ghazal composition, when the first ghazal plays a role of matlaa, or a setout, while the last one plays a role of maqtaaor a finale and denouement.

Most of tamart audience behind us in folding chairs fanning out under shade awnings that barely held back the heat.

Theresa Whitehill Linked In: Ramarit it answered my question, my curiosity about flamenco and cante jondo, Portugese fado, the amanades of Turkey and Greece—they all share something fundamentally un-European.

La tierra lisa, limpia de caballos.