Types of Encounter in the Poetry of Ibn Hamdis al-Siqali (d.527 AH)

Abstract

Intercourse is one of the most important wonderful colors that aroused the interest of scholars in the past. It is considered as a means of persuasion and proof of meaning and a means to seize the thought and convince the recipient of matters that he did not accept before because of its great impact in communicating the idea and confirming it through the deep connotations of the opposing words and an effective rhythm that gives the text strength and beauty. The poet Ibn Hamdis al-Siqali has ample luck from this type because of the literary richness in his poetic texts that the three environments (Sicily, Andalusia, and Morocco) provided to him in which he lived in the shadows and fluctuated between their midst, and when his life was full of experiences and experiences that the poet interpreted in his poetry. In this research, an emphasis is placed on contradictory correspondences, whether verbal, intangible, or synthetic, and the ideas and meanings they contain, and the rhetorical goals they achieve based on the principle of contradiction and the accumulation of opposing words, and the guidance they add to the text. In deepening the meaning, enriching the poetic text, and influencing the audience.This research focused on the presentation of poetic models based on the contrast between contradictory or contradictory expressions that carry the meaning of contradiction in their contextual significance, so the confrontation may be achieved in the case, not in the word.