عنوان مقاله [English]
The Holy Quran has always been the source of artistic inspiration and literary creations of Arabs. In summary, the impact of this heavenly book has two layers: intellectual, and linguistic. The intertextual approach is one of the appropriate ways to observe this linguistic and intellectual influence. According to this method, no human work is self-sufficient, but it must be seen alongside previous works. The texts and their creators are in intellectual and linguistic exchange. The purpose of this descriptive-analytical paper is to get acquainted with the views of the renowned Shi'ite poet Kumait-Ibn-Zaid Asadi (d. 126 AH) on the events of Islamic society and their Qur'anic analysis. Hence, the intertextuality of the concept and its background in Arabic literature and its varieties is mentioned. And after a brief introduction of al-Qas'id-al-Hashemiyat, the effects of direct and indirect intertextuality have been studied and analyzed in Kumait’s poetic samples. The findings of this study show that there are two types of direct and indirect Qur'anic intertextuality in al-Qas'id-al-Hashemiyat. The poet has taken advantage of both the Qur'anic structures and compositions and discourse and worldview of Qur'an as well. Kumait in the light of the Qur'an as a committed and educated poet and motivated to promote Shiite thought, focusing on such topics as Imamate, guardianship, remembrance of the virtues of the Prophet’s household, intercession, and exposing the deviations of the rulers of the time, He has fulfilled his mission by matching their actions with the manifestations of despotism in the Qur'an.