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Shams Al-din Hafiz Shirazi Poems

  • Rubaiyat 41
    I wish that fate would cease this carnage,
    And to the lovers give their due wage.
    In times of youth the rein in my hands,
    Now on the saddle, I ride in old age....
  • Rubaiyat 13
    Every friend who talked of love, became a foe.
    Every eagle shifted its shape to a crow.
    They say the night is pregnant, and I say,
    Who is the father? And how do you know?...
  • Rubaiyat 30
    I spent my life chasing my wishes
    What benefits fate furnishes?
    Whomever to I said I loved you,
    Turned to my foe, why my luck ravishes?...
  • Here Will I Take My Rest
    My lady, that did change this house of mine
    Into a heaven when that she dwelt therein,
    From head to foot an angel's grace divine
    Enwrapped her; pure she was, spotless of sin; ...
  • Arise And Fill A Golden Goblet
    Arise! and fill a golden goblet up
    Until the wine of pleasure overflow,
    Before into thy skull's pale empty cup
    A grimmer Cup-bearer the dust shall throw. ...
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Top 10 most used topics by Shams Al-din Hafiz Shirazi

Heart 43 I Love You 37 Love 37 Life 27 Bring 22 God 21 Time 21 Rose 20 Sweet 20 Fate 18


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  • Shahnawazlisten: beauty of the rose you eclipse, every bud quietly away slips. how can the rose compete with you? rose shines in moonlight, moon in your grips. ~shams al-din hafiz shirazi
  • Liang17842387: shams al-din hafiz shirazi - rubaiyat 25 o friend, from your foes your heart release, in pleasant company drink the good wine with ease. confer with those who know, open your heart and from the ignorant fleas flee like the breeze.
  • Liang17842387: shams al-din hafiz shirazi - the lute will beg you need to become a pen in the sun´s hand. we need for the earth to sing through our pores and eyes. the body will again become restless until your soul paints all its beauty upon the sky. don´t tell me, dear ones, that what hafiz
  • Faust89823700: shams al-din hafiz shirazi - the days of spring the days of spring are here! the eglantine, the rose, the tulip from the dust have risen- and thou, why liest thou beneath the dust? like the full clouds of spring, these eyes of mine
  • Faust89823700: shams al-din hafiz shirazi - rubaiyat 28 don’t let go of the cup’s lips till you receive your worldly tips. bittersweet is the world’s cup from lover’s lips and the cup sips.
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What? Dost thou mean to cheat me of my heart?
To take all mine and give me none again?
Or have thine eyes such magic or that art
That what they get they ever do retain?
Play not the tyrant, but take some remorse;
Rebate thy spleen, if but for pity's sake;
Or, cruel, if thou canst not, let us 'scourse,
And, for one piece of thine, my whole heart take.
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