This research studies the manifestations of the ego that was represented in the poetry of blind poets in the Abbasid era. They are blind poets and try to extrapolate the position from which the ego starts. The importance of the research stems from the fact that it deals with a topic that none of the researchers has been exposed to in the study, according to what it reached after research and review of many sources and references, and dumping in praise of the ego is a well-known feature of the poet, highlighting the ego personality, in the face of the other. Perhaps it is clear that the phenomenon of ego is strongly and deeply circulating among blind poets, and it reflects a rebellious intellectual imagination that contradicts the collective imagination, in an attempt to bring about new intellectual transformations that call for rebellion and revolution against the prevailing political and social values in their time. What prompted the researcher to choose Bashar bin Burd and Abu Al-Ala Al-Maari, who are poets despite the blind, but they emerged in their time, and made them a subject of study for several reasons, including: the lack of interest of researchers in studying their poetry, and perhaps this is due to the lack of sufficient sources and references to study that poetry, the presence of the ego in all Its pictures, that represented a phenomenon worth stopping at and studying it extensively.