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Babafaghani and Vahshibafghi are two Iranian stylistic poets who have played significant roles in the history of Persian lyrics; hence, for thorough analysis of their lyrics, the present descriptive- analytic article has a look at the most brilliant musical manifestations of poetry- rhyme, arud, and radif- in the odes of these two great poets. It must be noted that in terms of external music, the poets have a lot in common enjoying close taste and interest in choosing meters and rhythms. All selected weights of these poets are among the most eloquently melodic and usable weights in Persian poetry, in a way that even a disagreeable and low use of weights is not seen in their ghazal collections. The key point is that the selected weights of both poets have a close proximity with the concepts raised in the poems.
The important point is that the meter of both poets is closely linked with the concepts and themes raised in their poems. Yet, from the lateral music point of view, it should be reminded that in Vahshibafghi, the highly frequent vowels are more melodious, whereas Babafaghani 's radifs with their lengthy combinations are musically more valuable.