This study traced the poem Alhamamah (Dove) written by the Sudanese poet Mohammed Abdul-Bari in his collection called Kanak Lam Takon (As you did not exist). The purpose of this study is to focus on the poem hoarding of connotations it contains that formation this philosophy. However, this study considered and focused on three axes; the first one is related to the poem title and its connotations. The second axis focused on the following Intertextuality, which showed in the phrase preceding the poem, and its role in provoking the desire for change. Instead, the third axis was the historical recall through religious people.
The study concluded that the poem Alhamamah (The Dove) carries in its hidden folds a desire for change by rejecting the reality and desire of revolting, which formation the changing philosophy that was dominates the poet, starting from the poem title, the freedom it contains represented in wings, and the legacy (historical, folklore, and legendary) of Alhamamah (the Dove). So, the changing volition raised in the phrase preceding through linking names values with freedom. Also, characters summoning became intensely and did not constitute an obstacle in the poem, indeed, became compatible with the poet’s volition, desire for change, and leaving from reality.
"Volition and Philosophy of Change: Reading of Poem Alhamamah (Dove) by the Poet Mohammed Abdul-Bari,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 22
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jpu/vol22/iss1/3