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Being melodic is one of the commonalities of literary works, particularly in Persian poetry and Nastaliq calligraphy. Apart from the structure of the Persian language and the Nastaliq calligraphy form, which is elegant and delicate, poets and calligraphers use methods to make their works more melodic. In literature, these methods are the subject of “verbal innovative”. The aim of this study, which is conduced in a descriptive-analytical manner and with a comparative approach, is to show the similarities of these methods in Persian literature and Nastaliq calligraphy, despite their different explanatory methods. The question is how do the visual equivalents of verbal figures of speech, manifest in the Nastaliq calligraphy? For this purpose, the calligraphic works of Gholamhossein Amirkhani have been studied and analyzed from this perspective. The reason for choosing him is easy accessibility to his works and also his ability to present quality works in different formats. The results of this study reveal that the creators of works in two different fields of Persian literature and Nastaliq calligraphy, use similar methods to make their works more melodic and this similarity is to some extent that a visual equivalent can be found in Nastaliq calligraphy for many verbal tricks in literature.