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The Merchant who Defied the Storm of Fate

A God-conscious Merchant who praised the Lord twice— upon hearing the sinking of his goods ship and when later informed the ship belonged to someone else.

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Thirst is as Tasty as Water too

The thrill and joy of seeking from the Divine is perhaps more exhilarating than discovering the Sought— Mujeeb Jaihoon explains why in this poem.

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Reflections in the Pain-Mirror

Not a single day passes in lovers’ lives without tears, reflecting each other’s longing in the ancient pain-mirror— reminds Jaihoon in this poem

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Leave me not in the Dark

The seeker’s humble appeal to his spiritual comrade not to abandon him to perish in the world of godless solitude – Jaihoon’s poem on spiritual camaraderie.

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Jealous, but Zealous

A Divine lover may naturally envy another, especially when one of them is blessed with a greater proximity with the Beloved, relates Mujeeb Jaihoon

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