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Stations Of Desire: Love Elegies From Ibn 'Arabi And New Poems (Ibis…

by Michael Sells

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Series: Ibis Editions' Literature of the Levant

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Amazing! How could it be that the one pierced through the heart by love had any remainder of self left to be bewildered? Love's character is to be all consuming. It numbs the senses, drives away intellect, asstonishes thoughts, and send off the one in love with the others who are gone. Where is bewilderment and who is left to be bewildered?
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I wish I knew if they knew whose heart they have taken. Or my heart knew which high-ridge track they follow. Do you picture the safe or do you picture them perished? The lords of love in love are ensnared, bewildered. --Ibn 'Arabi
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