Lover and Beloved: Layla and Majnun


Love was glowing in Majnun. When it burst into flames it also took hold of his tongue, the words streaming unbidden from his lips, verses strung together like pearls in a necklace. Carelessly, he cast them away … Was he not rich? Was he not free? Had he not severed the rope which keeps men tied together? (Nizami, 1966:126)

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2 thoughts on “Lover and Beloved: Layla and Majnun

  1. Salaam brother, I have just visited your blog and find it such a fund of important information and comments so necessary for understanding about the Sufi path. Keep writing brother, inshallah, this is excellent reading.
    Bless.

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