Classical Turkish literature is a literature known for its aesthetic wealth. In the rhymed ghazal " I don't return from you" of Nesimi who is the pioneer poet of the field of Azerbaijani and ecole of Hurufism in the 14th century, Nesimi skillfully used all characteristics and poetic themes that belong to beauty of our classical poetry in his poems. He added the emotion of indispensability and resistance to this skillful usage with the declamation " I don't return from you". The poem proves its worth as the significant aesthetic role model in terms of reflecting the rich accumulation in classical poetry. This poem of Nesimi reveals the substantial aesthetic world of our classical poetry if analyzed either in terms of formal study or aesthetic appearances of the content. In this manner the poem in question has been analyzed both formally and aesthetically in view of the fact that the substantial world of the meaning, and in this way aesthetics accumulations of Nesimi and our classical poetry have been depicted as possible.