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My Favourate Collection of Romi

My Favourate Collection of Romi

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Published by Naeem Uddin
My Favorite Collection of Romi
My Favorite Collection of Romi

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Published by: Naeem Uddin on Feb 04, 2009
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06/16/2009

 
Be with those who help your being 
Be with those who help your being.Don’t sit with indifferent people, whose breathcomes cold out of their mouths.Not these visible forms, your work is deeper.A chunk of dirt thrown in the air breaks to pieces.If you don’t try to fly,and so break yourself apart, you will be broken open by death,when it’s too late for all you could become.Leaves get yellow. The tree puts out fresh rootsand makes them green.Why are you so content with a love that turns you yellow?
Ode 2865 Trans. Coleman Barks 
Look at Love...
Look at Love...how it tangleswith the one fallen in lovelook at spirithow it fuses with earthgiving it new lifewhy are you so busywith this or that or good or badpay attention to how things blend
 
why talk about allthe known and the unknownsee how unknown merges into the knownwhy think separatelyof this life and the nextwhen one is born from the lastlook at your heart and tongueone feels but deaf and dumbthe other speaks in words and signslook at water and fireearth and windenemies and friends all at oncethe wolf and the lambthe lion and the deerfar away yet togetherlook at the unity of thisspring and wintermanifested in the equinox you too must mingle my friendssince the earth and the skyare mingled just for you and mebe like sugarcanesweet yet silentdon't get mixed up with bitter wordsmy beloved growsright out of my own hearthow much more union can there be
translated by Nader Khalili 
 
The Force of Friendship 
A sea-cow, a dugong, finds a special pearland brings it up on land at night. By the light it gives offthe dugong can graze on hyacinths and lilies.The excrement of the dugong is precious ambergrisbecause it eats such beauty. Anyone who feeds on Majestybecomes eloquent. The bee, from mystic inspiration,fills its rooms with honey.So the dugong grazes at night in the pearl-glow.Presently, a merchant comes and drops black loamover the pearl, then hides behind a tree to watch.The dugong surges about the meadow like a blind bull.Twenty times it rushes at nothing, passing the moundwhere the pearl is.So Satan couldn't seethe spirit-center inside Adam.

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