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Hafiz: The Mystic Poets (The Mystic Poets…

Hafiz: The Mystic Poets (The Mystic Poets Series)

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The poems are lovely, yet it is a very "love and wine" focused translation skipping over or missing the deeper meanings hidden in this tradition. Read it for the poetry, skip it for Sufi teachings.
  CtrSacredSciences | Jan 28, 2015 |
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Bell, GertrudeTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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My friend has fled! alas, my friend has fled, and left me nought but tears and pain behind! Like smoke above a flame caught by the wind, so rose she from my breast and forther she sped. Drunk with desire, I seized Love's cup divine, but she that held it poured the bitter wine of Seperation into it and fled.
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