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The Masnavi I Ma'navi of Rumi: Complete (Persian and Sufi Poetry) (Hardcover) By Maulana Jalalu-'d-din Muhammad Rumi & E. H. Whinfield
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Rumi's great book of wisdom-infused poetry contain myriad lessons on the importance of faith, with the culture and lessons of spiritual, Biblical and Islamic teachings featuring strongly. In... More > authoring his masterwork, Rumi quoted the Qu'ran, the Bible and several spiritual forebears. Wishing to align his poetry in order to tell tales of man and man's place in the world, Rumi drew upon a variety of religious and spiritual sources to create a poetic compendium of supreme profundity and depth. The Masnavi was praised as one of the finest works of mystical literature ever seen. It is in the Masnavi that Persia's place between the spiritual cultures of Asia and the Middle East is evidenced. Rumi himself, while undoubtedly an Islamic scholar of great ability, did not feel confined to the faith; he saw spiritual value in a range of disciplines, and asserted that the light of Mohammed's prophecy does not leave faithful Christians, Jews, Zoroastrians or other denominations behind.< Less
Chaos and Surrender: Healing Poems for the Soul By Elliott Robertson
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Poems inspired by the Persian mystic and poet Hafiz.
The Gefilte Fish Can’t Swim In the New Islamic Sea: Ali Khamenei Poems By Ali Khamenei
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In an expanded ed., Ali Khamenei brings wisdom to the world for the second time in English verse. These fine poems with the spirit of ancient Persia will soon cajole the last infidel into submission... More > because the poor fools suffer too much under the yoke of decadent corruption and hedonism. Animal words of the West carry sorrows into their houses like pets, and when bitten by carriers of plague run naked in the streets with the guns of rudeness. As more of the infidels lie down with their leadership dogs, they will catch the ticks of smirks, and the fleas of the Roman Circus. It is said that in the West, the streets are paved with fools' gold, and the female singers run naked in the streets, having many babies. Sometimes a study of ancient poetry can be a cure for these maladies, and is a pleasant way to spend an evening before one is tempted to indulge in debauchery, and before the readers are inclined to remove the clothes of modesty. It is best to be lost in verse while I establish the World Caliphate.< Less
Le silence est un poème By Jaleh Chegeni
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Le silence est un poème is a collection of poems authored by Ms. Jaleh Chegeni. This book is both in French and Persian language translated by Ms. Jaleh Chegeni.
The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám By Edward FitzGerald & Adelaide Hanscom
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The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám is the title that Edward FitzGerald gave to his translation of a selection of poems, originally written in Persian and of which there are about a... More > thousand, attributed to Omar Khayyám, a Persian poet, mathematician and astronomer. A ruba'i is a two-line stanza with two parts per line, hence the word rubáiyát, meaning "quatrains".< Less
Drag the Sun Across the Sky By Russell Vidrick
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Inspired by the work of the fourteenth-century Persian poet Hafez, Russell Vidrick’s Drag the Sun Across the Sky is a lush celebration of love, longing, and loss. In these twenty-five poems,... More > birds, angels, ashes, and blossoms mingle in our modern world, while speaking to the timeless themes of tenderness and loneliness.< Less
The Songs of the Reed by Rumi: A Hermeneutical Perspective By Seyed Mohammad Hosseini Fard & Amin Karimnia
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The present book encompasses all 23 English-translated versions of "The Songs of The Reed", the first 18 couplets of Masnavi Manavi, Book I by Rumi, the greatest Iranian Mystical poet,... More > called Nei Name, from 1772 to 2015 and offers a hermetical model of refreshed innovation to shed some light of those aspects of any given literary text unknown or feebly-explored hitherto. It should not go unsaid that the proposed model provides copious examples to a better and more profound appreciation of these newly examined dimensions. Even though only one form of literary text, poetry, was dealt with through this model, it would be a gross underestimate to relegate its functionality to this only genre. However, as there are and will be infinite answers to any given question, the author firmly stipulates that the proposed model is far from perfect and hopes it would spur the interested readers into making attempt to reconstruct the model and improve its effectiveness.< Less
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam By LogoStar Press
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Omar Khayyam is famous today not only for his scientific accomplishments, especially in the fields of astronomy and mathematics, but also for his literary works. He is believed to have written about... More > a thousand four-line verses. The philosophy of Omar Khayyam, as expounded in these short poems,was quite different from official Islamic dogmas. It is not clear whether he believed in the existence of God or not, but he objected to the notion that every particular event and phenomenon was the result of divine intervention; nor did he believe in any Judgment Day or rewards and punishments after life. Instead he supported the view that laws of nature explained all phenomena of observed life.< Less
Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam By LogoStar Press
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Omar Khayyam is famous today not only for his scientific accomplishments, especially in the fields of astronomy and mathematics, but also for his literary works. He is believed to have written about... More > a thousand four-line verses. The philosophy of Omar Khayyam, as expounded in these short poems,was quite different from official Islamic dogmas. It is not clear whether he believed in the existence of God or not, but he objected to the notion that every particular event and phenomenon was the result of divine intervention; nor did he believe in any Judgment Day or rewards and punishments after life. Instead he supported the view that laws of nature explained all phenomena of observed life.< Less
The moon makes Rumor By Alireza Behnam
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A bilingual collection of poetry by Iranian poet Alireza Behnam in English and Germany containing 21 short poems influenced by Japanese Haiku.

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