عنوان مقاله [English]
Ritual poetry has experienced new semantic, visual, and structural realms in recent decades. This kind of poetry, as an ideological text, has the ability to be researched and studied in this regard. Significant connection of poetic elements with each other can be found by analyzing the linguistic and rhetorical components of poetry. Some texts have ideological contexts, and religious or cultural social ideals have a special group. One way to understand these collective beliefs and ideals is to analyze the linguistic and rhetorical elements of poetry based on the beliefs and attitudes of writers and poets. This research, which has been resumed by descriptive-analytical method and based on library resources, raises the question of how the specific ideology of ritual poetry can be traced to linguistic and rhetorical dissection. In other words, which more rhetorical and linguistic propositions have been able to induce a particular ideology? Studies show that from a linguistic point of view, words with signs, emphases and repetitions, and the clarity of verbs and most of the relationship with the whole text have led to the creation and guidance of the field of thought of poetry. In terms of rhetoric, metaphors and allusions have been able to show the ideological positions of poets several times more than other rhetorical structures.