Yunus Emre

(1238-1320 / Turkey)

Adı Güzel Kendi Güzel Muhammed


Canım kurban olsun senin yoluna,
Adı güzel, kendi güzel Muhammed,
Şefâat eyle bu kemter kuluna,
Adı güzel, kendi güzel Muhammed
Mü’min olanların çoktur cefâsı,
Ahirette olur zevk-u sefâsı,
On sekiz bin âlemin Mustafâ’sı,
Adı güzel, kendi güzel Muhammed
Yedi kat gökleri seyrân eyleyen,
Kûrsûn üstünde cevlân eyleyen.
Mi’râcda ümmetin Hak’dan dileyen,
Adı güzel, kendi güzel Muhammed

Ol çâriyâr anın gökler yâridir,
Anı seven günahlardan beridir,
On sekiz bin âlemin serveridir,
Adı güzel, kendi güzel Muhammed

Aşık Yunus neyler iki cihânı sensiz,
Sen Hak Peygambersin şeksiz, gümânsız
Sana uymayanlar gider imânsız,
Adı güzel, kendi güzel Muhammed.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 01, 2013

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