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Years of Persian Poetry|
Baba Tahir Oryan of
Baba Tahir Oryan's mysticism, philosophy, and sentiments are captured in quatrains
of simple and uniform metre. Oryan was born in Hamadan, Iran, in the early eleventh
|Beneath the tyranny of eyes and heart I cry,
For, all that the eyes see, the heart stores up,
|I'll fashion me a pointed sword of steel,
Put out mine eyes, and so set free my heart.
|Baba Tahir Oryan
Sa'adi Shirazi was born (1213 A.D.) and died
(December 9, 1293) in Shiraz, Iran. His full name was Musharrif od-Din
Muslih od-Din. He later derived his pseudonym from the name of the local
prince, Sa'd ibn Zangi.
|All human beings are in truth akin;
All in creation share one origin.
|When fate allots a member pangs and pains,
No ease for other members then remains.
|If, unperturbed, another's grief canst scan,
Thou are not worthy of the name of man.
| || ||Sa'adi