Mawlana AbulMaani Mirza AbdulQadir Bedil


The truth


Release the truth in your heart
Show what splendor it holds
Open your heart and share the beauty
You have travelled a long way to reach the truth
You have crowned the kings
Virtue and mercy is your mark
You have unlocked the treasure chest
Your palace is a place of joy to all
Those listening to you will be seated on flower petals
All is forgotten when listening to you
You will be the mirror of truth
Modesty will show when they listen
I will forget everything earthly and be with you

Submitted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, December 25, 2013
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Quote from Bedil’s book of hemistiches translated from Dari/Persian/Farsi

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