The Purity Of Desire: 100 Poems Of Rumi by Daniel LadinskyThe Purity Of Desire: 100 Poems Of Rumi by Daniel Ladinsky

The Purity Of Desire: 100 Poems Of Rumi

byDaniel Ladinsky, Mevlana Jalaluddin RumiIntroduction byDaniel Ladinsky

Paperback | November 27, 2012

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The first full-length volume of Rumi’s cherished verse by bestselling poet Daniel Ladinsky

Renowned for his poignant renderings of Hafiz’s mystical texts, Daniel Ladinsky captures the beauty, intimacy, and musicality of another of Islam’s most beloved poets and spiritual thinkers. In collaboration here with Nancy Owen Barton, and with learned insight and a delicate touch, they explore the nuances of desire—that universal emotion—in verse inspired by Rumi’s love and admiration for his companion and spiritual teacher, Shams-e Tabriz. These poems thoughtfully capture the compelling wisdom of one of Islam’s most revered artistic and religious voices and one of the most widely read poets in the English language.
Daniel Ladinsky’s books include A Year with Hafiz, I Heard God Laughing, The Subject Tonight Is Love, and The Gift, as well as a collection of translations of poems by twelve mystics and saints, Love Poems from God. He lives in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.Nancy Owen Barton is a literary agent, educator, and movement therapist. She has...
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Title:The Purity Of Desire: 100 Poems Of RumiFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 8.4 × 5.6 × 0.4 inPublished:November 27, 2012Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0143121618

ISBN - 13:9780143121619

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“There are universes inside Hafiz, a lineage of masters. Daniel Ladinsky follows the playfulness; the rascal moves well.” —Coleman Barks