Author(s): Osman ES?N
In our classical literature, very important poets and writers were trained in both verse and prose fields, and works with high artistic value were created. These works, which have been kneaded with our material and spiritual values, have been read with interest and appreciation in every period and have been a source of pride for our nation. These values, which are products of great labor, sacrifice and patience, have passed the test of time and have gained the quality of being a masterpiece with their embracing structures. XVI. One of the Divan poets of the century, Fuzûlî, Hz. “Kasîde Der-Na't-? Hazret-i Nebevî”, which he penned to praise the Prophet, is one of the works with this feature. In this “Na’t-? Nebevî”, Hz. The love for the Prophet is described with the symbol of water. Taking water as a basic element that constitutes the fabric of the meaning and expression of the ode comes from the importance it carries in terms of human history. Because the mythological and legendary narratives, the water, in which various meanings and duties related to different cultures and beliefs are loaded, has always been an expression of holiness. The water, which is a mercy, is sent to the realms as a mercy. Its association with Muhammad also added a divine value to the water. Fuzûlî 'expressed himself with simple, conditional and compound sentences, and has brought depth to the meaning and musicized the verses by using sound and word repetitions in place and skillfully with the words that evoke water and water connotation. In this article, it is aimed to draw attention to the cultural accumulation that forms the background of his poetry with the patience and will that Fuzûlî, who is a poet of love and suffering, suffers from the pain that pushes the limits of tolerance while intensely experiencing the supreme feeling called love.