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Jami - SALÁMÁN AND ABSÁL – from 03 The Story



Type of Spiritual Experience


The problems of celibacy - this is meant to be satirical.  Once you go on the road to celibacy, there is the tendency to call the opposite sex anything under the sun in order to justify your actions and also get rid of the longing - the wording is wonderful

'A Wine of which whoever tastes  — one little Sip Of that delicious and unlawful Drink - Making crave much'


A description of the experience

Jami - SALÁMÁN AND ABSÁL – from 03 The Story

When the Sharp-witted SAGE
Had heard these Sayings of THE SHAH, he said,
“Oh SHAH, who would not be the Slave of Lust
“Must still endure the Sorrow of no Son.
“ — Lust that makes blind the Reason; Lust that makes
“A Devil’s self seem Angel to our Eyes;
“A Cataract that, carrying havoc with it,
“Confounds the prosperous House; a Road of Mire
“Where whoso falls he rises not again;
“A Wine of which whoever tastes shall see
“Redemption’s face no more — one little Sip
“Of that delicious and unlawful Drink
“Making crave much, and hanging round the Palate
“Till it become a Ring to lead thee by
“(Putting the rope in a Vain Woman’s hand),
“Till thou thyself go down the Way of Nothing.
“For what is Woman? A Foolish, Faithless Thing
“To whom The Wise Self-subjected, himself
“Deep sinks beneath the Folly he sets up.
“A very Káfir in Rapacity;
“Clothe her a hundred Years in Gold and Jewel,
“Her Garment with Brocade of Susa braided,
“Her very Night-gear wrought in Cloth of Gold,
“Dangle her Ears with Ruby and with Pearl,
“Her House with Golden Vessels all a-blaze,
“Her Tables loaded with the Fruit of Kings,
“Ispahan Apples, Pomegranates of Yazd;
“And, be she thirsty, from a Jewell’d Cup
“Drinking the Water of the Well of Life —
“One little twist of Temper, — all you’ve done
“Goes all for Nothing. ‘Torment of my Life!’
“She cries, ‘What have you ever done for me!’ —
“Her Brow’s white Tablet--Yes — ’tis uninscrib’d
“With any Letter of Fidelity;
“Who ever read it there? Lo, in your Bosom
“She lies for Years — you turn away a moment,
“And she forgets you — worse, if as you turn
“Her Eye should light on any Younger Lover.”

The source of the experience


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