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Noble Poetry: Writings of a Moorish Sufi By Abdul Batin Osman Bey
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With these pages of this book you will find a aspect of Islam that is mostly over looked by the wider world. The Noble Moorish Sufis not only expound the principles of the Islamic faith in great... More > light but they also find these principles within the faith of others. With great care they show how all religions stem from that Old Time Religion Islam. Each of these poems are crafted with great care and range in a wide style from the avant guard beat stylings to classical persian stylings. Not only will you learn about another faith but you will also learn about your own as lights are shed from the heretical to the so-called orthodoxy. You will be amazed at what you find in these pages whether your a preacher, a novice, or someone who just enjoys poems on the off beat you will enjoy these writings and become friends of Abdul Batin Osman Beys works seeking out all his other projects from his more obscure works to his more popular works. He is truly a voice in the wilderness that needs to be heard by all.< Less
Laughing Buddha Weeping Sufi / Poems By Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore
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“Excess of sorrow laughs. Excess of joy weeps.”(William Blake) A cooly impassioned, and “pathward” adventurous series of poems joining two modes of enlightenment, Buddhist and... More > Sufi, that may in many ways be parallel—from my sitting with saintly Shunryu Suzuki of the San Francisco Zen Center in the early 60s, and my blessed time with Qutb Shaykh ibn al-Habib of Fez in Meknes, Morocco, in the 1970s, may Allah be pleased with both of them. Are the two protagonists of these poems the main characters in Waiting for Godot, now no longer waiting, but there? Exalted humor lightens our spiritual endeavors.< Less
Laughing Buddha Weeping Sufi / Poems By Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore
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“Excess of sorrow laughs. Excess of joy weeps.”(William Blake) A cooly impassioned, and “pathward” adventurous series of poems joining two modes of enlightenment, Buddhist and... More > Sufi, that may in many ways be parallel—from my sitting with saintly Shunryu Suzuki of the San Francisco Zen Center in the early 60s, and my blessed time with Qutb Shaykh ibn al-Habib of Fez in Meknes, Morocco, in the 1970s, may Allah be pleased with both of them. Are the two protagonists of these poems the main characters in Waiting for Godot, now no longer waiting, but there? Exalted humor lightens our spiritual endeavors.< Less
Impregnated With Desire: A collection of sufi poems on love, loss, & longing By Luz Emma Cañas Madrigal
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A collection of modern Sufi poetry that explores love, loss and the yearning for the Divine.
Yunus Emre: Sufi Poet in Love {Complete Yunus' Philosophy & Metaphysics In Brief & Poems} By Yunus Emre
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"God is our professor and love is our academy." "Let us love, and be loved." - Yunus Emre Who is Yunus Emre? Is he one of the wandering hippies of 60's with torn clothing? Or is... More > he a romantic obsessed with love? He is neither, but at the same time both. Yunus Emre was a thirteenth century dervish from Anatolia. He is obsessed with love, but his love is the love of a true mystic. He did wear torn clothing, a dervish robe, and wandered about in Anatolia. He was but one of the thousands of Sufi dervishes of Islam, but he played an outstanding role in Turkish culture, literature and philosophy. Some writers regard him as the most important poet in Turkish history; his poetry, language and philosophy shaped Turkish culture and still do so. In this short overview Yunus Emre's life, and thought, we will examine his legend and then turnto humanist themes in his poetry. I hope that will lead to appreciation of his works; poetry has limitless implications!< Less
The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation Journal: Sad Ud Din Mahmud Shabistari – Forgotten Islamic Sufi Mystic - Issue Eighteen By Marilynn Hughes, Sa'd Ud Din Manmud Shabistari
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OUT-OF-BODY TRAVEL MAGAZINE: The eighteenth issue of the 'The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation Journal' we continue a series of issues covering forgotten mystics from different religious traditions,... More > this issue following SA’D UD DIN MAHMŪD SHABISTARĪ –Forgotten Islamic Sufi Mystic. In the ‘Question and Answer’ section of our magazine, Akim Ben-Hurion of Israel asks the relation of Out-of-Body Travel to traditional religion and its beliefs. We’ll allow an ancient sacred Jewish texts, the Midrash Tanuma to help answer this. And in ‘Different Voices,’ we’ll enjoy some of the mystical poetry of Shabistari.< Less
The Mystical Poetry of Ramon Lull By Ramon Lull
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Ramon Lull, the “Apostle of Africa.” Lull lived far back in the thirteenth century, not long after the days of St. Francis of Assisi, whose disciple he was. He gives us, as it were, a... More > pre-vision of the splendors of that ‘Golden Age of Mysticism’, which dawned for Spain three hundred years after his birth. His mystic writings and especially his ‘ART of CONTEMPLATION ’, ‘BOOK OF THE LOVER AND THE BELOVED ’ and ‘ THE GREAT ELIXIR ’ are full of the purest and noblest spirituality, compounded with the quintessence of love. The style of the poetry is more aligned to the works of the Sufi’s than of Western classical poetry. Ramon has both dug deep within the mystical arena and has climbed high into the clouds in both addressing himself, humanity and how God relates to us and we unto Him. In this effort, only the best of his Mystical Poetry are assembled here. This is the first time the these works are together.< Less
Spiritualism Poetry of Shah Latif Bhittai By munawar arbab
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This book is the latest addition to the treasure of research and literary contribution, in the form of English translation of selected verses of the great Sufi poet Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai. The... More > responsibility of translating Shah Latif’s poems, popularly known as “Baits” has been fulfilled by a relatively known person in literary circles, and he has proved to be well versed with the thought process and spiritual quest of the great poet. He has attempted to arrange the “Baits” according to the gradual mental and spiritual elevation of the poet from simpler to more complicated states of mind and soul. It is my privilege to present this book with the hope that the general public as well as student, libraries, universities & colleges imparting courses on oriental languages and culture and intellectuals would benefit from this translation of the “Risalo”, the Message of love, peace and harmony for the entire humanity.< Less
A Hundred Little 3D Pictures / Poetry By Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore
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A Hundred Little 3D Pictures started out from those once-popular computer generated images a certain stare, unfocused or crosseyed, could render in layered three dimensions, with some really... More > astonishing results... Recall the excitement in childhood when we looked into a diorama and saw back and back past whatever was being portrayed, not very far back really, perhaps, maybe only a shoebox length back, but peering through the front hole with the little flashlight or christmas bulb illuminating it, we saw a wee world that gave us shivers of delight.< Less
Selections from the Poetry of the Afghans from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century By H.G. Raverty
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Literal translations from the original Pushto, with biographies of the poets and commentary on the mystical traditions of the Sufis.