Nef’i, known as the poet, boasting and cursing poet of the 17th century and classical Turkish literature, wrote the best examples of Turkish literature. The poet has written his poems on the basis of Sufism, often leaving a side in the Persian Divan in praising and boasting. In his satirical magazine called Siham-ı Kaza, Nef’i, who was obviously having difficulties in controlling his anger, did not succeed in mastering his language and criticism.Therefore, he has become both the object and the subject of profanity. In this study, we will try to reveal reasons of this subconcious behaviour, which make him unsocial and make him weak while stopping his anger. We will reveal the psychological causes of the poet's desire to appear strong, reflected in the form of anger, and the ambition to rule over others. At the same time, we will go deep into the spirit world of the poet based on the example couplets. In this study, based on the satirical magazine of Nef’i, Siham-ı Kaza, the poet's poetic swear content and psychological reasons of these poems are analyzed according to the psychoanalytic theory. With this aspect, it is aimed that the study will be a source for similar studies and a different view of the words to swear.
Keywords: Nef’i, Siham-ı Kaza, aggression, swearing