We are Three: New Rumi Poems

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Maypop Books, 1987 - Poetry - 87 pages
2 Reviews
Pithy quatrains, ecstatic odes, and long rambles through the Mathnawi (including animal fables, jokes, and stories of human orneriness and innocence), all saturated with Rumi's deep teachings and images of his spiritual surrender.

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User Review  - Meghan - Goodreads

"Because, half of any person is wrong and weak and off the path. Half! The other half is dancing and swimming and flying in the Invisible Joy." Read full review

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User Review  - Josh Chambers - Goodreads

i'm not normally much of a poetry reader, but i loved this. the poems feel utterly contemporary - not sure if thats the translation or just rumi. the details sparkle. Read full review


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