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Show your face, gardens and flower fields are what I desire…

Original by Rumi, translation by Masoud Razfar Show your face, gardens and flower fields are what I desire; Open your mouth, as tons of sugar are what I desire. I swear the city, without you, becomes my cage; To be … Continue reading

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My empty bosom smells like you…

Original by Shams Langeroodi, translation by Masoud Razfar My empty bosom smells like you, You! The reality of my imaginary love. After you, I have no news of myself, Tell me how I am, what’s become of me these days? … Continue reading

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