O Shams-e Tabrizi, you. Compassionately blend and renew. East and west through and through. And so we say, may it be so. From submission to Satan’s will. “Divan-e Shams is a masterpiece of wisdom and eloquence. It is often said that Rumi had attained the level of a “Perfect Master” and as such. Full text of “Selected Poems from the Divan-e Shams-e Tabrizi” . References to the Tabriz Edition of the Divan are by page and beyt; those to the Preface of that.

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Humility exalts a man. I LwLoJ —not as Redhouse: Go, renounce that person in order to contemplate the being of Him.

By God, when you behold your own beauty in the mirrorYou will be the idol of yourself, you will not pass over to any one. One of the most important contributions of Purgstall was his classical book on the history of Persian literature, Geschichte der schonen Redekunste Persiens, published in Vienna in Each of the aforementioned villains was speedily involved in calamity and perished.

Thou art a darling bosom-friend, thou art always behind the secret veil: You’ve been fearful of being absorbed in the ground, or drawn up by the air. In the same set of lectures, Hegel mentioned Rumi again while discussing the aesthetics of the oriental epic, Aesthetik des orientalischen Epos The snams echoes of my homesickness cries. J jlli jl — it is impossible to decide whether the poet.

But once Soul has mingled with the earth and its earthly elements, this clarity leaves it and is forgotten. While I am severed from thee, my hand is on my head. O tabrixi, show forth thy face from the veil of cloud, For I desire that radiant glowing countenance. Rumi received many requests for religious guidance and rulings on a wide variety of topics.


God is their only Faith and Creed. When my bier moveth on the day of death, Think not my heart is in this world. I swear by thy soul that save the sight of thy countenance, All, tho’ ’twere the kingdom of the earth, is fantasy and fable.

Diwan-e Shams-e Tabrizi

In my own country and among my own people there is no occupation more shameful than poetry. The frozen snow that has beheld the face of yonder Sun, Is swallowed Up by the sun, tho’ it be piled in drifts. Art thou the Vintner’s cup-bearer or the shaams of him who is sober, Or is it thou who mak’st a ruin of every house I build? Every day I realize something about his state and his deeds which I didn’t know yesterday. He was not chaff which flew on the wind, He was not water which froze in winter.

He was not chaff which flew on the wind, He was not water which froze in winter. The Masnavi is set up in the classic style of a Sufi teaching manual. This is not possible.

Molavi Rumi: Divan-e Shams-e Tabrizi

The Imagery of Persian Poetry. Afterwards you were made man, with knowledge, reason, faith ; Behold the body, which is a portion of the dust-pit, how perfect it has grown! Travel away from the bitter stream towards the water of life, Return from the vestibule to the high seat of the soul.

Section 4 of the first chapter, titled “The Fetishism of Commodities and the Secret thereof,” is where Marx explained what he saw as the “mystical” character of commodities. Of the earlier Divwn translators, it is Reynold A.


The vessel of perceptions is straiter than a strait pass. In this beautifully illustrated work, William C.

Selected Poems from the Divani Shamsi Tabriz

I speak no more, but for the sake of averting headache, O Cup-bearer, make tabirzi my languishing eye. My heart is as a pen in thy hand, Thou art the cause if I am glad or melancholy. Look to your hearts! I have heard that thou dost intend to travel: Can you help me?

Thou mouldest of foul and fair the form of a man, That he may flee two leagues from the odour of foulness. As the arrow speeds from the bow, like the bird of your imagination, Know that the Shamss will certainly flee from the Imaginary. This classical work presented the European audience with seventy passages from the Masnavi and Divan-e Shams. Foruzanfar’s works from Farsi into English. The Uahi-nama is another name for the Hadiqa. Always at night returns tagrizi Beloved: Get your Self annihilated in love.

Had they sought God instead of morsel and pittance, Thou hadst not seen a single blind man seated on the moat-edge.

This list includes only those editions which have not been specified. This is the state of’the mystic, even when he is awake: How should I not, every night, take Self to my bosom? Till Thou namedst culture. Though I have collated the text of the selected poems in the various MSS. A For jJLij see xxvi.