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The 1340's is one of the most remarkable decades in Persian contemporary poetry in which many poetic trends and waves such as Moj-e Now (The New Wave), She'r-e Digar (A Different Poetry), and She'r-e Hajm (The Poetry of Dimensions) appeared , all originating from Nimā's poetical innovations. Hooshang Chālangi was among the poets who got interested in free verse, and together with some other poets founded a group called Gorooh-e She'r-e Digar, later on developed as She'r-e Hajm. In 1350's the poetic knowledge and achievements of Chālangi was a manifest for the young poets of Masjed Soleymān who were enthusiastically supported by Manoochehr Atashi, and finally established Moj-e Nab (The Pure Wave).
Chālangi is known for his unconventional poetic diction, conciseness and taking advantage of the natural elements of his native land. A different interpretation of the old mythology, going beyond the scansions of Nimā, as well as making use of surrealistic images, defamiliarization and metaphoric language are among the other features of Chālangi's poetry.