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Long Sufi Poems

Long Sufi Poems. Below are the most popular long Sufi by PoetrySoup Members. You can search for long Sufi poems by poem length and keyword.


Premium Member Dear Republicans for God and Country
Thanks for your letter
asking for a free Taoist consult
on how to bring God talk
and experience
back into our Big Agri-MilitantIndustrialized Busyness Schools
and possibly our extended family lives,
on into our inside Holy of Holies,
our Climates of Polyphonic...

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Categories: sufi, caregiving, education, happiness, health, integrity, leadership, parents,
Form: Political Verse



Premium Member Beloved Face, Translation of Bharathiyar's poem Asai Mugam by T Wignesan
Translation of Mahakavi Bharathiyar’s poem: “Asai Mugam” or “Beloved Face”
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sufi, religion, spiritual,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Sufi Monk Credentialing
This self-explanatory English poem of mine was originally drafted Monday (evening) August 5, 2013, while I was still in Independence, Missouri. I revised it a bit in November and December of 2014, while “traveling” in...

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© Moji Agha  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sufi, community, courage, fairy, freedom, funny, islamic, political,
Form: Pastoral
Premium Member The Coop
The People's Coop
is a warm inviting place,
for some
a reading and meditation
and arts practice and performance space,
for others
a place to ride sleek bicycles
with self-and-other improvement book racks
while peddling energy into the cooperative Grid,
sheltered by solar panel...

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Categories: sufi, change, earth, gospel, health, integrity, spiritual, visionary,
Form: Political Verse
Ektara - I have a string within

I
h  h  h
a   a   a
v    v    v
e     e     e
a     a ...

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Categories: sufi, spiritual, symbolism, wisdom,
Form: Concrete



Premium Member Wake Asia Wake - Part One - 3
No wisdom more canny than the folksome pantun’s peasant proverbials
            Wake! Monde Malais! Wake and note no Sultan whirls as a Sufi
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sufi, inspirational,
Form: Dramatic monologue
the way of bright honour
o seeker read these words and weep
for thy soul so still asleep
as yet unawakened to
this world of love divine and deep

o seeker hear these words and sigh
thy soul and god are ever nigh
divided by the...

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Categories: sufi, allah, beauty, devotion, god, love, philosophy, spiritual,
Form: Rubaiyat
My Guardian Angeles
My Guardian Angels

4/2013

Tattooed Angels
Enshrine my body,
Protectors of what's right,
forever vigilant
All day and all through the night!

Ganesh, Hindu Elephant God,
Loyal son of Shiva and Parvati
Embodiment of selfless devotion/remover of obstacles 
Provider of strength and honesty
 
The...

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Categories: sufi, daughter, father daughter, imagery, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
THe blind Princess
In a country known by its riches and beautiful nature,
its people and a King who maintained a traditional culture.
The royal leader was very devoted to his people and family,
helping everybody wherever he could was his...

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Categories: sufi, 9th grade, life, literature, mystery, romantic love,
Form: Ballade
My Response To Rumi
RESPONSE TO RUMI

Tell the Friend I’m coming, with a wine sack and a thirst.
Been too long in solitude, got a sickness in my bones.

Pray? Where was Shams when my need was so great?
“Suffer the pain…it’s...

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Categories: sufi, desire, love, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXXII - 82
IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY - LXXXII

    for Carlos Bousoño, the eminent Spanish critic, poet and professor
           who maintained that if...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sufi, humor, poetry, writing,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
A Doctor's 'Sophie's Choice'
He came from Bangladesh, on the official business
of pursuit of happiness, with only a suitcase and a family of three
settling in Coventry and working at the hospital next to the big cathedral
that survived Nazis' bombardment,...

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Categories: sufi, angst,
Form: Bio
Ecstasy of Sufi Whirling
Letting my body perfectly free
As anonymous star in the sky’s sea 
While whirling, I closed my eyes
Lit the Holy Candle inside
As light as an air
When losing my existence 
As I am a wind
Or a particle...

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Categories: sufi, god, journey, religious, spiritual, universe,
Form: Free verse
The dream
It came from a beloved book; the dream
Long lost, or so I thought,
which told: Go to your Turkey
and meet the Rumi in your dreams;
to complete his story; if I were the
story teller,destined,
for love comes from...

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Categories: sufi, adventure, destiny, dream, journey, love, poets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member RAINBOWS HERE

Good earth styles
Fine ample grass;
A fine raiment


Sun and rain speak
Splurge fond refrain;
Rainbows echo


Dawn flings 
Shadows drowned;
Awake to birdsong


Man-made park
Forest architecture;
In the city


Journey here
Begin within;
Greet the sea shore


Waves splashing
Jetty promenade;
Fishing trip moments


Offshore boat ride
Temple pilgrimage;
Kusu Island...

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Categories: sufi, devotion,
Form: Free verse
Who is out there
Who is there….?

Restless night and disturbing dream,
makes me walk in this moonlight stream.
Wondrous mental activities nerving profound,
searching for release from this madness imaging sound.
Knocking at this bright moonlit door,
with folding hands and kneeling on stony...

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Categories: sufi, spiritual, spoken word,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member Andromeda-w
I used to teach A for Andromeda, a play
As back as in late sixties.
I desire to buy the star Andromeda
Of the Andromeda galaxy
From the cosmologist Fred Hoyle.
Let she be my ruling star
For my sweetie Charmer...

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Categories: sufi, star,
Form: Verse
Praying to the Divine
Let the fallow lands,
And the deserts that lay
Be filled with oases and greenery.
Oh! Goddess! Oh God!  I pray to you,
I don’t know whether you are one ,
But I give my hands to you!
They are...

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Categories: sufi, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Ruba'iyat of Creteil Lake - Part Ten
The Ruba’iyat of Créteil Lake – Part Ten

Of late dying yellowing orange rays glint through the turret
Where neither muezzin nor mullah bids the sun to set
Lyceen lassies in threes swear by a ghostly figure
A gaunt...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sufi, allegory,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member The Ruba'iyat of Creteil Lake - Part Eighteen
The Ruba’iyat of Créteil Lake – Part Eighteen

Even as the lower rubbed its dazed eyes over Her hillocks
The light-foot Lass of Lahore made her way past the boating docks
Past the Marie’s dank reedy banks over...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sufi, allegory,
Form: Rubaiyat
Kalam-e-Ishq
Ishq kay rang me rang ja jogi ishq ishq hi hoja tu,
Kaif-o-masti me kho ja mast qalander hoja tu,
Choor jhamelay dunya kay sab rishte natay jhootey hain,
Dil me basaa lay yaad khuda ki bus us...

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Categories: sufi, allah, lonely, love,
Form: Rubai
Premium Member THE STARS WILL BE WATCHING US


Mint stars reaching out to greet the sky 
Cool zephyr blowing across your cheeks
Much nearer, your silhouette appears
Like a fog carried by beams ,you advance
With sequins on hair tossed by the breeze 
As your flowing...

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Categories: sufi, devotion, love,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Andromeda
I wanted to buy the star                             ...

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Categories: sufi, fantasy, romantic,
Form: Verse
Ipsofacto of { Fear
Ipsofacto of { Fear

Call yourself Christian
Call yourself Human
Call yourself Mohammedans

Say you are Sufi
Say you are Wicca 
Say you are Krishna Marti

Be nailed to suffering
The message of Buddhism
Find eternity in the Dao

Live for the moment
Escape in...

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Categories: sufi, natural disasters
Form: Free verse
Sufi Said
One Sufi said I AM
and was killed for it
one psychologist said about 
God
"I don't believe, I know"
And was praised for it
yet both were uttering the 
same meaning 
it is not just about formal 
dogma such...

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Categories: sufi, allegory
Form: Free verse