عنوان مقاله [English]
Socially and politically speaking, the Yemen’s revolution in 1948 and 1962 and the presence of British Colonialism in Gulf of Aden for more than one century resulted in fundamental evolutions in this country so that its reflection would be investigable in Yemen’s poem and literature.After these events till the Presidential government, Colonialism exit and Northern and Southern Yemen’s unification, Yemen’s stability poem underwent enormous evolutions conceptually. This work aims to study Yemen’s stability poem, the reasons of this literature formation and its components under the analytical-descriptive approach. This study is the case study of Mohamad Abdeh Qanem. Both the neglect of this issue from the researcher’s point of view and, probably, the current conditions of this country would clarify the necessity of such studies. The results show that Yemen’s stability poem has been constructed under the influence of thinkers’ thoughts such as Seyed Jamal AldinAsadabadi, Mohammad Abdeh and so on. Moreover, the 1948 and 1962 revolution, the formation of Yemen’s Presidential government, colonialism exit and the Northern and Southern Yemen’s unification in 1990 can be considered as its consequence.