Daily Archives: December 9, 2017

My Beloved – Rabia Al Basri

My peace, O my brothers and sisters, is my solitude, And my Beloved is with me always, For His love I can find no substitute, And His love is the test for me among mortal beings, Whenever His Beauty I … Continue reading

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Love – Rabia Al Basri

I have loved Thee with two loves – a selfish love and a love that is worthy of Thee. As for the love which is selfish, Therein I occupy myself with Thee, to the exclusion of all others. But in … Continue reading

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The Hoosier – Hew Ainslie

We lads that live up in the nobs, Tho’ our manners might yet bear a rubbing, We’re handy at neat little jobs Such as chopping and hewing and grubbing. Tho’ we roost in a cabin of logs, And clapboards lie … Continue reading

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