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Abstract


Moon and Sun in the Divan of Yunus Emre

Yunus Emre is among the most important representatives of tekke Sufi literature. It is considered to have lived in the late thirteenth century and early fourteenth century. The birthplace of Yunus Emre, whose life we do not have certain information about, is also unknown. It is rumored that Yunus Emre, who settled next to Taptuk Emre with the guidance of Hacı Bektaş Veli, carried wood to Taptuk Emre dervish for forty years. The age he lived is a period when the Anatolian people were overwhelmed by the Mongol invasions. He writes optimistic poems that give hope to the Anatolian people in a difficult situation. Expressing poems in plain Turkish, Yunus Emre has been adopted by everyone in this way. We see the love of God intensely in the poems of Yunus Emre, who loves everything that is created because of the creator. Moon and sun have an important place among the concepts used by Yunus Emre in his poems based on Sufism. Yunus Emre, who does not see the moon and the sun as just a celestial body, sometimes accepts the moon and sun as the light of God and sometimes associates it with the Prophet Muhammad. It states that God unconditionally rains the sun and moon light on the earth for man, the pupil of the universeAccording to Yunus, who symbolizes his relationship with God with the sun and the cloud, the sun is the light of God and is always permanent, whereas the cloud is temporary and doomed to disappear in the face of the sun. Expressing that the source of eternal light is God, Yunus Emre states that he is the source of the light of the moon that illuminates the night. The full moon is often used as a symbol of beauty in literature. Yunus Emre, in his poems, the full moon of the moon Hz. He likens Muhammad's face and the crescent shape to his eyebrowsYunus Emre expresses the invisible based on two concepts that are visible, such as the moon and the sun. In this study, couplets related to the sun and the moon in the work called Divan, in which Yunus Emre's poems are included, will be analyzed and interpreted.



Keywords
Yunus Emre, Divan, moon, sun, cloud,light



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