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Muhibbî is the name of Suleyman the Magnificent, the tenth sultan of the Ottoman Empire, used in his poems. According to the tradition of Classical Turkish Poetry, he wrote poems and arranged a divan. Another poet who wrote poems after Zâtî was a poet. In this study, it was tried to determine the world of imagination of poet in poetry according to the traditional method of "me" by a redif of Muhibbî. The poet considers himself to be the sultan of his love country at the distress and distress he suffered in the first coupon. In this case, the poet went beyond the use of the sultan determined by tradition for the ghazels. Muhibbî's sultanate has an influence in this regard. However, this use of Muhibbî should not be perceived as the poet considers himself superior to the beloved. Because the poet, his lover did not grieve the divan by writing the words of distress to the divine worthy of the title of the most difficult and still for the same reason "king of love" has been. It carries a divergence in love in classical Turkish poetry. Therefore, he is also in love with the poetry and poetry in a superior position. In addition, the poet explains the causes of the sultanate of his love country which he obtained in the first beyite in other couplets. Generally, in poetry, a lover of love complains about the indifference of his beloved and enters the will of his lover. The lover is suffering as well as always. This issue is within the limits of the love characteristics determined by the tradition in Classical Turkish Poetry. In addition, the narrative in the poem has been enriched with various imagery and literary arts.

Muhibbî, poetry, lyric, commentary

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