For some types of searches only the first result or the first few results are likely to be useful. Can I use this service from anywhere on OneLook? Sure! Certainly! Yes! How To Greet Death. Rumi Love and Ecstasy Poems. Rumi Love and Ecstasy Poems The following is a collection of Rumi's ecstatic love poems, translated by Coleman Barks and Shahram Shiva.
The minute I heard my first love story, I started looking for you, not knowing how blind that was. Lovers don't finally meet somewhere, they're in each other all along. From Essential Rumi by Coleman Barks Love is from the infinite, and will remain until eternity. The seeker of love escapes the chains of birth and death.
Tomorrow, when resurrection comes, The heart that is not in love will fail the test. From Thief of Sleep by Shahram Shiva When I am with you, we stay up all night, When you're not here, I can't get to sleep. Praise God for these two insomnias! And the difference between them. Suddenly the drunken sweetheart appeared out of my door. She drank a cup of ruby wine and sat by my side. Seeing and holding the lockets of her hair My face became all eyes, and my eyes all hands. I have phrases and whole pages memorized, but nothing can be told of love. inside. Me. English language did you knows.
B-Rhymes - The Rhyme and Slant Rhyme Dictionary. Guide for Writers: Latin Phrases. It’s a matter of taste and style, but not long ago American writers attempted to demonstrate their credentials to the world by including Latin and French phrases within works.
A dash of Latin was expected of the moderately educated throughout the Western world. annus mirabilis - wonderful year arbiter elegantiae - judge of the elegant; one who knows the good things in life bona fides - good faith; credentials carpe diem - sieze the day; enjoy the present casus belli - cause justifying a war caveat emptor - buyer beware cui bono? Caeteris paribus - all things being equal de facto - of fact; it is de gustibus non est disputandum - no disputing tastes; there is no accounting for taste Dei gratia - by the grace of God Deo gratias - thanks to God Deo volente - God willing dis aliter visum - it seemed otherwise to the gods Dominus vobiscum - Lord be with you dulce et decorum est pro patria mori - sweet and seemly it is to die for one’s country ecce homo - behold man ex cathedra - with authority.