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We will explain this with a little example from the ghazal in question, written in the ramali-musanmani-mahzuf meter o o o o. All three ghazals, mixed with love works, are about a boy’s death.

Therefore, we will limit ourselves to examination of the traditional form of oriental poetry as ghazal. At the same time, in contrast to the classical ghazalpotentially tajarit powers are presented here in their non-existence ‘nobody’.

Thus, a face of the beloved is the world, the beauty of the Absolute, a lock fallen on this face is the accidental world with its accidents, wine is the mystical intoxication in the unity with the Absolute, a cupbearer or a bay giving a cup is that who took the road, and so on and so forth.

Rubor sin nombre ya, astro perpetuo. I dropped my studies of biology and chemistry and my dream of living in a remote cabin by the edge of a surging Sierra Nevada creek—mint over time over boulder and moss—and began the discipline, entering the traditions of poetry, gravitated to cities, to places of culture, and eventually to Mendocino County.

In various research of ghazalthere were attempts to separate these “semantic fields” with different degrees of detail; yet, unfortunately, we were not successful in finding research neither about the universality of such a model, nor about its applicability to various aspects of a spiritual life.

Each time it is the same ‘kelmadi’ and each time it is different, revealing its new facets again and again.

Lorca, una escritura en trance

And from this point of view, the sentence seems to be true. Two first strophes have the identical syntactic structure: Ignorante del agua voy buscando una suerte de luz que me consuma.


Create a free website or blog at WordPress. However, the already cited facts are enough to assume the existence of universal principle, which goes through different-level elements of the ghazal and creates a certain hierarchical and extremely flexible intellectual structure correlating with the fundamentals of human thinking and spiritual activity.

There is no traditional ghazal distribution of powers, but the ghazal spirit does exist here, which grew into a reed out of a bitter root. It is also worth mentioning that as a rule, there is determinism, there is time’s non-linearity within a baytand this is them which prepare a break through the time’s one-dimensionality to a certain volume of time.

Divan del Tamarit | work by García Lorca |

Anyhow, before turning to its analysis, one should assume that ‘Divan’ of the ghazals itself is built according to the rules of ghazal composition, when the first ghazal plays a role of matlaa, or a setout, while the last one plays a role of maqtaaor a finale and denouement. Tamarti next ghazal – ‘About the dead child’ – as well as two others – ‘About dark death’ and ‘About escape’ – stay somewhat aloof in this love cycle.

Thus, for example, a road in the second baytwhich used to be her road, where the lyric hero came to and suffered from waiting, in the eighth bayt became the road of universal absence of both the loyal bagger and the lover, otherwise “that who took the step first would have met the beloved Thus, let us note this duality and internal contradictoriness of constructing space and time in the ghazal.

We will adhere to the generally accepted opinion in the Lorca Studies that the ghazals from ‘Divan del Tamarit’ are mainly dedicated to love, while kasydas – to metaphysical issues of being, and in the framework of this contraposition we will only examine the ghazals.


We cannot help but to notice another paradox at the divsn level of metalanguage, which is characteristic for other ghazals as well, particularly, having been, on the one hand, a description of a lyric protagonist’s burning longing for a meeting with his lover, the ghazal is geared toward a potential parley even in that it presupposes the existence of the lover, yet at the same time it remains a lyric expression that cannot break off the boundaries of soliloquy or monody.

Haitmetov, and others, where the formative role of various ghazal elements, peculiarities of its composition, semantics, and so forth has been revealed.

Never quite as tamariit the home music. Who is ‘you’ here?

Gacela del mercado matutino Por el arco de Elvira quiero verte pasar, para saber tu nombre y ponerme a llorar. Comparison of a ghazal to a spring, outlined latently in a previous discussion, is indeed legitimate in many respects, and here is how.

La tierra lisa, limpia de caballos. Gacela del amor desesperado.

Considerable guilt that I was going when many of my friends and especially my husband could not join me. Constant surrealism of this variable part boosts the timelessness of what is happening or is present. By falling back into place everything in this ghazal discovers its bitter root – a bitter divwn.

This beginning is the vivan end. And finally, it is the last ghazal in ‘Divan del Tamarit’ – ‘The Ghazal about the Morning Market’- which synthesizes the problems of almost all preceding ghazals of the cycle.

Lorca’s “Divan del Tamarit” consists of 12 ghazals and 9 qasidas. But who does exist, it is the poet in his own aloofness, whose salutary aloofness is formally consolidated by tahalluscivan he addresses to himself: