Hafiz, The Persian Poet

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This poem of Hafez or Hafiz was translated and paraphrased by Mr. Abbas Aryanpur Kashani. Enya – Braveheart Theme – Music.

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Hafiz, The Persian Poet

  1. 1. Joseph will come back to Canaan again,  My house the fragrance of her rose-garden will regain.
  2. 2. 0 sad heart, from hardships do not get mad, Your worries will soon end- don't feel so sad.
  3. 3. If the Spring on turf-throne would remain, The bird under flower-canopy sits again.
  4. 4.   If the world turns to your favor some days, Take it easy; it won't do so always.
  5. 5. If God's secrets are unknown don't despair. Behind the mystery-curtain is a love-affair.
  6. 6. O'Heart, if death-flood sweeps off all life, Your pilot as Noah, ends your strife.
  7. 7. When through desert you pass for pilgrimage ,
  8. 8. If thorns bother your feet, don't be in rage.
  9. 9. The road 's perilous and destination away. Yet all roads have their ends, I daresay.
  10. 10. Enemies oppose me in absence of friend, God knows that on Him I only depend.
  11. 11. Hafiz, the dark, lonely nights never mind,  Study and pray- thus salvation you find.

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