Divan-i Kebir Meter 3: Bahr-i Hezec Ahrab
This is the third meter of 21 meters (44,800 verses) that Rumi left the world in his Divan-I Kebir. Each poem is outstandingly beautiful in this "Ocean of Poetry." They were written by Rumi in the 13th century and all 21 meters are being translated into English by Dr. Nevit O. Ergin.
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