The science of comparative literature, which is accepted as a science towards the end of the 19th century, is based on the view of "world literature” (weltliteratur) put forward by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832). This science, which was formed by pioneers such as Paul Van Tieghem (1871-1948) and Rene Wellek (1903-1995), strengthened by the French and American schools, still continues its development and change. In its most general definition; “It is the science that gains multiple perspectives by examining two literary genres, which can be subject to comparison, in terms of similarity and difference.” According to general acceptance, works from two different literatures can be the subject of comparison, as well as the products from different periods of the same literature. Based on this, in this study, two works belonging to different periods of the same literature and whose common point is the depiction of the pool were selected. The aim of the study is to determine the similarities and differences in the descriptions of the pool that were mentioned in these two different periods and to reveal whether the later poet was influenced by the poet who came before him. In the comparison practice, the similarities and differences of the authors of poems in terms of literary environment and periods, structural features, literary arts and language expression features are tried to be determined. As a result of the findings obtained from the comparison practice, it was observed that while Buhturî's literary environment and the importance of his contemporaries were remarkable, Ibn Hamdîs was influenced by him at certain points. In addition, the diversity of the literary arts used in his description and his successful application of the art of depicting the whole piece with detailed object depiction drew attention.