Contrary to the VERSE, Poetry has rhythm, rhyme and many other things.
However, it lacks the very feeling and spirit of the VERSE. From this
standpoint, we can rarely find distiches in the Masnavi of Mowlavi, which are
free from VERSE specifications. This book was basically intended to inspire
excellent mystical concepts, and in such works, there is no need to employ
imaginative elements and include metaphor and figures of speech, which are
essential for pure VERSE. The present article in a comparison with other
dignified mystical works such as Hadigheh of Sanaei and Mossibatnameh of
Attar, throws light on the difference of Masnavi with these works in terms of
VERSE and imagination quality in presenting the idea, and shows the zenith and
nadir of Masnavi as well as the elements involved in these zenith and nadir.