عنوان مقاله [English]
Application of vocabulary redundancy in an artistic way in prosodic texts causes disorder in poetry. This factor (vocabulary redundancy) raises the issue of vocabulary equilibrium which is quite remarkable in Sana'i sonnets. Using complete phonetic repetition and full and verbal puns, Sana'i has granted beautiful music to his sonnets, yet full puns are more frequent. By repeating incomplete vocabulary forms and balances in the middle rhymes, he evokes the dynamics of the present radifs by bringing a variety of repetitions at the beginning, middle, and end of verses in various word forms, combinations, and sentences in his sonnets. This has increased the intensity of energetic music so that repetition of the verbs with high frequency is significant. Moreover, Sana'i promotes his poetic music through using mid-rhymes and full phonetic repetitions, so while reading the poems, the readers feel such dynamics and mobility throughout the poem. Also, the use of long radifs and current radifs, and taking advantage of parallel rhythm with high frequency in place of rhythm, can further reflect the music of his poetry. The above-mentioned points have been discussed in detail in this research. This research has been done through using the analytical-descriptive method and library references and providing exemplary evidence of Sana'i sonnets which has reflected the use of lexical repetition and balance in these sonnets.