عنوان مقاله [English]
Contemporary Arabic and Persian poetry is a process seeking to reflect all human concerns. Feelings, aims, accomplishments, failures and all human-related issues have a significant place in contemporary poetry. One of the humanistic issues in the modern age refers to the limitations preventing human beings from reaching the intended aim. These limitations, sometimes, emerge in the form of elements remarkably imposing themselves on human life. But what is more surprising is the way human beings get accustomed to these limitations. However, with all these limitations, the passionate souls and enthusiastic minds of some people who welcome such great obstacles and who fight against them emerge; the people such as: the Egyptian poet, Amal Donghol, and the Persian poet, Nosrat Rahmani. This paper presents a general overview of the revolt phenomenon in the poems of these poets and also wants to offer the noteworthy samples of these limitations such as self, society, and new age to portray the similarity of these poets in confrontation with such limitations. This study reveals that the common motives in these two languages lead to the formation of similar confrontation of Donghol and Rahmani with the limitations.