Comparison of Poems of Majeed Amjad and Sohrab Sepehri

In Context of Time

  • Dr Vafa Yazdan Manesh Associate Professor, University of Tehran, Iran
  • Samira Gilani MA, Dept. of Urdu, University of Tehran, Iran
Keywords: Majeed Amjad, Sohrab Sepehri, Time, Moment, Comparison, Imagination


Majeed Amjad was the poet of the Urdu Language & Sohrab Sepehri is a Persian Poet. Both have the Concept of Time. Time has become an intellectual aspect in the poetry of Majeed Amjad and Sohrab Sepehri. Both take a philosophical look at Time and finally look at it with mystical eyes. In their poetry, the past, the present, and the future have been summed up, but they capture the present more and make the present the center of the present. It protects the inside and also creates the future. Both believe that there is a journey of time with which man and the universe move. Both poets use new metaphors and symbols related to Time. Their Concept has emerged from the depth of their high imagination. They travel through different eras of Time along with their reader. Their words, diction, imagination, the structure of the poems, and stress and strains are appreciable.

Author Biography

Dr Vafa Yazdan Manesh, Associate Professor, University of Tehran, Iran

Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literature

University of Tehran


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Ibid. PP 330.

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Ibid. PP 107.

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How to Cite
Dr Vafa Yazdan Manesh, and Samira Gilani. 2021. “Comparison of Poems of Majeed Amjad and Sohrab Sepehri”. Tasdiqتصدیق۔ 3 (01), 29-44.