Jaluluddin Rumi

Rumi, The Poetry Of

Rumi, claimed as the national poet of Iran, Turkey & Afghanistan had an early life dedicated to scholarly studies. He only started to write poetry after encountering a holy man called Shams whose subsequent death instilled a profound grief in Rumi and an outpouring of many thousands of verses in Persian. He also intrinsically linked with Sufism. Many of these titles are on our audiobook version which can be purchased from iTunes, Amazon and other digital stores.
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    Maria Mokhovahas quoted16 days ago
    The fertile garden of love, as it is boundless,
    Contains other fruits besides joy and sorrow.
    The true lover is exalted above these two states,
    He is fresh and green independently of autumn or spring!
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted2 years ago
    Who hath seen a sympathetic consoler like the flute?
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quoted2 years ago
    The flute tells the tale of love's bloodstained path,

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