عنوان مقاله [English]
Imagination in all religious, mythical and literary manifestations has the metaphysical power to create works against deterioration, death and fate. Buoki Maleki (d. 1339) is one of the poets in the field of adolescent poetry in the years following the Islamic Revolution of Iran, whose nature, symbolism, emotion and thought formed the spirit of his poems. Since the poem collection "Behind a Smile" has bipolar (positive and negative) imagery, the purpose of this study is to re-imagine the imaginary forms in the poem collection in accordance with Gilbert's theory using the method. Examine a library and find the answer to this question: Which imaginative system does the most imaginative form of this poem collection belong to? The overall result of the present study indicates that the highest inclination of civic thought in this collection is for the daily system of positively valued imagination, which shows that the poet has largely entered the adolescent world and distorted the image of death in his imagination. Instead he has created imaginative and hopeful images. In sum, the imagery in the collection of poems "Behind a Smile" is as follows: spectacular 36 (39.13%), exotic 23 (25%), dark 18 (19.56) Percentages, 7 (7.60%), 5 (43.43%), and 3 (26.2%) separation morphologies.