Among the Tanzimat poets, Abdülhak Hâmid's innovations are frequently mentioned in New Turkish poetry moving away from the tradition of Ottoman poetry and getting closer to Western poetry. Among these innovations, it is critical that he introduced the romantic understanding of nature to Turkish literature. Indeed, many people who admired his artistic vision and wrote new works emulating his works came under the influence of the romantic understanding of nature. Both his books Sahra and Belde and some of the poems he wrote while he was in India clearly reflect the romantic conception of art. The poem "Hyde Park'tan Geçerken” one of Hâmid's works written with a romantic understanding of nature, received great appreciation and was also written in nazire (a poem written by another poet in the same form, meter, rhyme, and repeated voice). Ahmet Reşit (Rey), whose name is associated with the literati of Servet-i fünûn, is one of those who emulated Hâmid's artistic understanding with a nazire he wrote to this poem. Ahmet Reşit, who is mostly known for his works on literary criticism and rhetoric, also wrote poems. His nazire to one of his first poems, Hyde Park’tan Geçerken, has not been sufficiently emphasized until today. In this nazire, Ahmet Reşit emulates Hâmid's understanding of art and describes nature and his own "self" from a romantic perspective. In this study, Ahmet Reşit's art will be emphasized and his nazire to the poem "Hyde Park'tan Geçerken" will be analyzed. Furthermore, the nazire in question, which has not been completely transferred to Latin letters until today, will be transferred to Latin letters.