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Jalal Malekshah is one of the modern Kurdish poets whose poetic experience dates back to pre-Islamic Revolution. He first wrote poetry in Persian, and although he was not very old, he became a member of the Writers' Association of Iran due to his special ability in writing. After the fall of the Pahlavi regime, he started composing Kurdish poetry due to the current situation and the atmosphere in Kurdish society, and he soon achieved success. One of the most important features of Jalal's poetry is the reflection of society's issues and social conditionss. He had a restless and protesting psyche because of the many problems he saw. His protests, which mostly concern his social self, sometimes take on an ideological color and in this regard, he has been able to use the language of poetry to fight against injustices, oppression and poverty. In reflecting social conditions, he has been able to show the ugly face of his society in the form of poetry and a few short stories he wrote. In this research, which has been done in a descriptive-analytical method, using content analysis techniques, we try to interpert the problems of society in Jalal's poems. The results of the research indicate that Jalal's poetry is a diagram of suffering and persecution from his point of view on society and on the other hand he has been able to show the view of some social groups in his poetry. In fact, his poetry, as Lukach puts it, reflects the problems of his society.