THE FORMATION OF IMAGERY IN AL-HAMSHARI POEMS IN THE ELECTRONIC ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MODERN POETRY
This research aims at revealing the methods of forming the poetic image in Hamshari's poetry. Whether in the formation of the traditional image in which the relationship between its elements is clear and close to addressing, or to the modern image that depends on suggestive words, and the formation of new relationships. The method used in the research is the descriptive and analytical approach and the most important findings of the research is the correlation of the formation of the image in Hamshari’s poetry with the nature and the language of dreams. His image is sometimes enveloped by transparent ambiguity, especially images that depend on abstraction, because the edges of the image are far apart, and the poet brings them closer by discovering the relationships between them with his spirit and imagination, so that he brings them closer to the reader. The research suggests encouraging researchers to thoroughly study the poetic image of Hamshari.