In one of his works called ‘Footsteps of Water’ or ‘The Water’s Footfall’, Sepehri introduces himself, his family, and his way of thinking in a poetic form. This poem which is written like a biography has two aspects: the inner and outer. The Inner aspect of this poem is about God’s recognition through the beauty of nature. Sepehri beautifully explains that he doesn’t blindly do his religious duties. In most of his poems, Sepehri introduces a new form of literature by using romanticism and symbolism.