عنوان مقاله [English]
Sustainability literature in Iraq and Iran have similarities and commonalities. In Iraq, the Ba'athist regime launched an unequal war and overthrow against the Kurds, resulting in countless destructions. A house-burning war against Iran also ignited, which led to many problems. In the meantime, poets in the field of sustainability played a significant role in representing and defending the national unity, homeland and human heritage. In Iraqi Kurdistan, Abdullah Pashiv and in Iran, Qaisar Aminpour, played a significant role in this issue, and both fought on two different fronts against a tyranny and a regime with the weapon of poetry. This article examines the characteristics of sustainability in the poetry of these two poets in an analytical-descriptive way. Defending the homeland, human dignity, hope for the future, describing battle scenes and problems and sufferings caused by war, praising martyrs and veterans and warriors are among the themes present in the poetry of these two poets.