عنوان مقاله [English]
Abstract: In the face of the innovations that took place in the post-Simini Ghazal. Some poets also tried to find a balance between innovation and traditionalism. In fact, it takes advantage of both the potentials and the language and structure of the classical sonnet, as well as the innovations in the form and language of the sonnet. Among these ghazal writers, we can mention Seyyed Reza Mohammadi, who has chosen a luxurious language in terms of language and irony, which, like the Khorasan language, has short healthy sentences, but the frequency of words in Mohammadi's ghazal is modern.
In terms of form, Mohammadi's ghazal in the 1970s, like his contemporaries, has a formal innovation, but after the 1970s, his ghazals tended towards neoclassicism. The purpose of this article, in addition to examining Seyyed Reza Mohammadi's poems, is to address the issue of whether Mohammadi can be introduced as an innovative or trendsetting lyricist or not. And has Mohammadi been able to achieve synergy of tradition and modernity in his Ghazal?
The result is that in Mohammadi's ghazals, the scale of modernity is heavier in terms of innovation in form, but the frequency of these innovations is not so high that he can be called a stream-creating poet, rather it can be said that he has achieved his personal style in writing. By creating a balance between fancy language and linguistic innovations, Mohammadi has been able to create a third type of Khorasani fancy language and object-oriented language,