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When I die - Rumi
Thu, 13 Aug 2020
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Mawlana Jalaluddin Rumi, the 13th century mystic poet, was truly one of the most passionate and profound poets in history. Now, today his presence still remains strong, due in part to how his words seem to drip of the divine, and startle a profound remembrance that links all back to the Soul-Essence. Voice : Md Taufikur Rahman Music: Armand Amar Transcription: When I die When my coffin is being taken out You must never think I am missing this world Don’t shed any tears Don’t lament or Feel sorry I’m not falling into a monster’s abyss When you see My corpse is being carried Don’t cry for my leaving I’m not leaving I’m arriving at eternal love When you leave me in the grave Don’t say goodbye Remember a grave is only a curtain for the paradise behind You’ll only see me Descending into a grave Now watch me rise How can there be an end When the sun sets or the moon goes down It looks like the end It seems like a sunset But in reality it is a dawn When the grave locks you up that is when your soul is freed Have you ever seen a seed fallen to earth not rise with a new life Why should you doubt the rise of a seed named human Have you ever seen a bucket lowered into a well coming back empty Why lament for a soul When it can come back like Joseph from the well When for the last time you close your mouth Your words and soul will belong to the world of no place no time.

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