Poet and critic (23 June 1923, Hocamsahlı village / Gadabay / Azerbaijan). After he graduated from Şeki Institute of Pedagogic, he worked as a teacher in Kalbajar and Yevlak districts. He was accepted to Azerbaijan Institute of Pedagogic. When he went on studying in Faculty of Philology, he did department chairmanship of Azerbaijan Gençlik Newspaper. Then he worked at different newspapers and reviews. He became an academician and then an assistant professor in Nizami Institute of Literature. He published more than forty works, in addition to translations. Some of his works were translated in Russian. He came to Turkey because of different reasons. Some of his poems were composed to music.
Bizim Kend (Our City, 1951), Bizim Seher (Our Dawn, 1953), Bizim Dağlar (Our Mountains, 1955), Azerbaycan Edebiyatında Halglar Dostluğu (Publics Friendly in Azerbaijan Literature, 1956), Ürek Döyüntüleri (Pains of Heart, 1959), Son Görüş (Last View, 1960), Nağmeli Ürekler (Heart with Melody, 1963), Benövşe Yarpağı (Leaf of Violet, 1964), İsmet (İsmat, 1966), Aşık Gördüyünü Çağırır (Astragulas Calls the person who He saw, 1969), Getdim Gördüm Düşündüm (I Go, See and Think, 1971), İnsan Min il Yaşardı (People Would Live One Thousand Years, 1973), Keçme Namert Körpüsünden (Don’t Across the Bridge of Cowardly, 1975), Dağlar Burahmır Meni (Mountains Don’t Let Me, 1978), Daşdan Keçen Söz (Word that Go Through the Stone, 1981), Edebiyyatda Millilik ve Beynelmilellik (Internationalism and Nationalism in Literature, 1982), Senden Ayrılalı (Since I Left You, 1985).
REFERENCE: Zeynelâbidin Makas / Çağdaş Azerbaycan Şiiri Antolojisi (1992), İhsan Işık / Resimli ve Metin Örnekli Türkiye Edebiyatçılar ve Kültür Adamları Ansiklopedisi (2. bas. 2009).