The Greek word yfasma (=fabric) seems to contain two worlds, the material (yfasma=fabric) and the spiritual (asma=song) and within them the concepts of weaving and poetry. The purpose of the research work was to analyze the relationship between weaving and poetry based on the ancient love poem Song of Songs. This relationship in the following essay was studied through the space of the garden as the poet uses it symbolically to express the beautiful and enjoyable experience of love. The garden is a place that was symbolically used as a poetic land area in Persia, from where the famous Persian garden-paradise originated. This garden in all its wonderful aspects was the main theme for the design and weaving of Persian carpets. Thus, through the garden - which is a meeting place of physical and spiritual pleasures - a connection is created between the poetic Song and the woven carpet. Studying the poetic garden (Song of Songs), the Persian garden and the woven garden (Persian carpet) through different readings, correlations and relationships emerge between them that are intertwined to create an Yf-Asma. A dialectical object of encounter of the poetic with the material through the composition of the gardens.